City in Michigan has Nation’s Highest Share of Domestic Vehicles and it’s not Detroit
Edmunds.com has announced its list of the country's most patriotic cities: those with the highest share of domestic vehicles sold in the last 1,776 days.
Six of the top seven cities are in Michigan.
Alpena, Mich., topped the list with domestic brands accounting for 91.8 percent, while the Flint/Saginaw, Mich. area came in second at 88.4 percent. The top five is rounded out by Detroit, Traverse City and Glendive, Mont.
Edmunds defined "domestic vehicles" as products made by the legacy Big Three Detroit-based manufacturers (Ford, General Motors, Fiat Chrysler) as well as Tesla.
Domestic Retail Share*
FLINT-SAGINAW-BAY CITY (Mich.)
TRAVERSE CITY-CADILLAC (Mich.)
GREAT FALLS (Mont.)
SIOUX CITY (Iowa)