The New 2012 Toyota Camry Rated Most-American-Made Car

With globalization on the rise, it's becoming harder to find products that are made in the United States. Although, some U.S. customers truly value that "Made in the USA" tag. It's always good to know exactly where your vehicle was made and that mass amounts of fossil fuels weren't used up in the process of bringing your car to you. It should be noted that nowadays it's not only U.S. car companies that can boast that their vehicle parts are made in the United States. According to the data collected from by the U.S. federal government, the new 2012 Toyota Camry is likely the most American made vehicle currently being sold.

Furthermore, the Toyota recently stated that, at ninety-two percent, the gasoline-powered new 2012 Toyota Camry will have the most North American-sourced parts of any car available on the market. No, the geo where autos are assembled doesn't affect the government's parts-content rating. But, drivers will be happy to know that the the four-cylinder and V-6 Camry cars are expected to be built at either Toyota's Kentucky or Lafayette manufacturing facilities. So, not only will gas-powered Toyota Camry have the most American-made parts...It' will actually be assembled in the U.S. Hybrid models, on the other hand, will continue to be made in Japan.

Interested in learning more about the new 2012 Toyota Camry? Stay tuned. Peterson Toyota promises additional details, coming soon.

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