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I'm waiting for the Charger version expected to be announced this Fall. Next year is trade-in time, and I'd love to be driving around in a 707hp full-factory-warranty 4-door sedan with all the badges removed.
I prefer the styling of the current 300's over the new Chargers, but no more 300SRT.
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What percent of gm cars are made in America?
70% of all GM vehicles are not made in the U.S. So 30% are built here but some of the engines, transmissions, and other parts are made in other countries.
There is nothing that is 100% American made now!
05 mistake see below sometimes people loose me when they get the Camaro and Mustangs crosed:
Ford transmissions are made in Germany, China, France, USA, and Mexico but see below:
Well, this is going to get me in trouble with the “buy American” crowd, but I can’t help myself.
What could be more American than a Camaro? It’s both a Chevrolet and a muscle car.
Except it’s built in Canada – with major parts made in Mexico and – the horror! – France.
Camaro’s V-6 engine is hecho en Mexico. The six-speed automatic comes from La France. The car itself is assembled in Ontario by Canadians. Only about half the car is technically American – and none of it is made by Americans.
So what were you saying 05 mistake?