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It used to be that there were huge numbers of car manufacturing companies in America. However, very few of them have survived and very few new ones appear in the industry.

American cars were superb, though; the U.S automobile industry got a sizeable blow for several years in the past due to a series of low quality productions.

However, the great strides made by the U.S automakers in recent years have pulled the strings once again and today there are a wide range of incredible American vehicles on the road which are loved by people across the globe.

The recent American cars are marvellously designed and provide superior performances that are reflected in its iconic sports cars and the revolutionary electric vehicles.

While shopping for a new car checking out the ratings in the Consumer Reports is considered ideal because their details are recognized as influentially legitimate.

According to the Consumer Reports 2015, the factors governing the best car brands ranking are safety, performance, value, design, quality, technology and environmental friendliness, with high levels of overall customer loyalty and positive perception.

Fortunately, there are more choices of cars than ever before which are designed and developed by American automakers. And here are 5 best car brands America has ever produced, which are well-favored by many around the world.

It can be noted that the data mentioned below is reviewed for every six months. So, the next year report many have a potentially different outcome.



Ford Focus

Founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903. Ford is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. In its 112 years glory, the company has produced a wide range of automobiles, commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and luxury cars under the Lincoln brand. Ford is often considered synonymous to American car brands and highly reputed for its outright contributions in automobile industry and also introducing many innovative features and models. Ford is also known for its large-scale car manufacturing management methods “Fordism” that uses assembly lines manufacturing sequences. Ford is the second-largest U.S.-based automaker preceded by General Motors.

Ford saw a major setback during the financial crisis at the beginning of the 21st century; however, with shrewd management process and increased production the company returned to profitability in 2013 with the introduction of models like the F-series models, Explorer, Escape and Fusion. Not only in America Ford is also popular in the entire world.

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