Local 1842: City of Saint Paul Technical

The Real Deal

The union-made, American-made Ford F-150 pickup is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S.

These days, it’s hard to track where cars, trucks, and SUVs really are made. Here’s a list of vehicles that are built union – either by United Auto Workers members in the U.S., or by members of their partner union in Canada. The most-up-to-date list of vehicles from 2014 (or earlier years) is available on the UAW’s website.

Union-made in the USA

  • Buick: Enclave, LaCrosse, Verano
  • Cadillac: ATS, CTS, ELR (electric), Escalade (ESV and Hybrid)
  • Chevrolet: Corvette, Cruze (gasoline and diesel), Express, Impala, Malibu, Sonic, Suburban, Tahoe, Traverse, Volt
  • Chrysler: 200, Avenger, Dart
  • Dodge: Durango
  • Ford: C-Max, E-Series vans, Escape, Expedition, Explorer, F-Series pickups, Focus (gasoline and electric), Mustang, Taurus, Transit Connect
  • GMC: Acadia, Savana, Yukon (Hybrid and XL)
  • Jeep: Cherokee, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Patriot, Wrangler
  • Lincoln: MKS, Navigator
  • Mitsubishi: Outlander Sport
  • SRT: Viper

Union-made in the USA – maybe

Some of these vehicles are assembled in the U.S., some are not. Check the VIN (vehicle identification number); if it starts with a 1, 4, or 5, the vehicle is assembled in the U.S. If the VIN begins with 2, it is assembled in Canada; if the VIN begins with 3, it is assembled in Mexico.

  • Chevrolet: Equinox, Silverado
  • Ford: Fusion
  • GMC: Sierra
  • Ram: 1500

Union-made in Canada

  • Buick: Regal
  • Cadillac: XTS
  • Chevrolet: Camaro, Impala
  • Chrysler: 300, Town and Country
  • Dodge: Challenger, Charger, Grand Caravan
  • Ford: Edge, Flex
  • GMC: Terrain
  • Lincoln: MKT, MKX
     
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