The Ford Taurus, Honda Ridgeline, Acura RDX, Ford F-150, Ford Expedition, GMC Acadia, Honda Odyssey and Honda Pilot round the top 10 list. So, why didn’t the Toyota Camry make this year’s list? Did Toyota change production facilities? No. The change occurred at Cars.com
, who removed the sales volume factor in its methodology, a factor that ended up hurting not only the Camry, but also the Honda Accord’s standing. For 2017, the methodology specifically ranks cars based on five factors: assembly location, domestic parts content, engine origin, transmission origin, and US factory employment adjusted by sales to reflect how many employees each sale supports.