David Frane recently took a look into auto making and found that it is unlikely that we will ever see a truck completely made in America.
It’s unlikely there will ever again be a production vehicle capable of carrying a “Made in the U.S.A.” label—or for that matter that of any single country. Auto making is a global enterprise and components come from all over the world. There’s a parallel here between tools and vehicles. A tool can receive a “Made in the U.S.A.” label only if virtually everything in it comes from this country.
No vehicles produced in 2015 could claim more than 75% U.S. and Canadian content. That's right, zero. Head over to Tools to see Frane's list of popular trucks and how American they really are.