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9 cars that aren't built where you'd think

Cars assembled in different places
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Cars assembled in different places

Forty years ago, it was a safe bet that American cars were built in the U.S., most Japanese cars were built in Japan and so forth. Not so much today.

In fact, according to the automotive industry blog "Daily Kanban," Nissan assembles more cars in North America than any other carmaker -- domestic or foreign. Second is General Motors, 3rd is Honda and 4th is Toyota.

Bankrate chose a few cars to feature that are built outside the country with which they are usually associated. We included the location where the car is assembled and the percentage of parts from the U.S./Canada, and have listed the countries building the engine and transmission.

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