American Cars That Really Aren't American

American Cars That Really Aren???t American
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American Cars That Really Aren’t American

Nothing exemplifies America more than the rumble of a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat or the pride we feel in the Ford GT supercar. Bad news though, they’re not American. We need to thank our friends from north of the border and fly the Canadian maple leaf in their honor.

Many of the vehicles that we think are U.S.-made come from across our borders, including one from Australia that proudly wears a Chevy bow tie. There will soon be an SUV with a Buick nameplate arriving from China, and we already have a Jeep that hails from Italy.

If any of these foreign-born cars or trucks on the following slides gets your attention, check them out further in our listings of Best Cars, then look for special lease and finance deals on our site. Before you head to the dealer, use our Best Price Program so you don’t pay too much for your dream ride.

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