In a global economy, the words "Made in the USA" have a different meaning, because component parts are being built all over the world.
"Cars.com" is trying to simplify the definition with its "American Made Index", ranking the top vehicles that contribute most to the US economy. For the second year in a row, the Jeep Cherokee was named the Most American Car. They're manufactured in Belvidere, Illinois, and 72-percent of their parts are domestically produced.
Ironically, Honda's took the next three spots with their Odyssey minivan, Ridgeline pickup, and Passport SUV.
The Chevy Corvette ranks fifth.
The Ford F-150 Pickup - the best-selling vehicle in the United States - hasn't topped the list since 2014.