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Cadillac CT4
Cadillac CT5
Chevrolet Bolt (electric)
Chevrolet Camaro
Chevrolet Corvette
Chevrolet Malibu
Chevrolet Sonic
Ford Mustang
Lincoln Continental


Chevrolet Colorado
Chevrolet Medium-Duty Silverado
Navistar (regular and crew cab)
Chevrolet Silverado Light Duty
(crew** and double cab only)
Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty
Ford F Series
Ford F-650/750
Ford Ranger
Ford Super Duty Chassis Cab
GMC Canyon
GMC Sierra Light Duty
(crew** and double cab only)
GMC Sierra Heavy Duty
Jeep Gladiator
Ram 1500 (classic model — DS)*
Ram 1500 (new model — DT)*


Buick Enclave
Cadillac Escalade
Cadillac Escalade ESV
Cadillac Escalade Hybrid
Cadillac XT4
Cadillac XT5
Cadillac XT6
Chevrolet Suburban
Chevrolet Tahoe
Chevrolet Tahoe (police)
Chevrolet Tahoe (special service)
Chevrolet Traverse
Dodge Durango
Ford Escape
Ford Expedition
Ford Explorer
GMC Acadia
GMC Yukon
GMC Yukon Hybrid
GMC Yukon XL
Jeep Cherokee
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jeep Wrangler
Lincoln Aviator
Lincoln Corsair
Lincoln Navigator

Chevrolet Express
Chevrolet Express (cut-away)
Ford E-Series (cut-away)
Ford Transit
GMC Savana
GMC Savana (cut-away)


Chrysler 300
Dodge Challenger
Dodge Charger


Chevrolet Equinox*
Ford Edge
Lincoln Nautilus


Chrysler Pacifica
Dodge Grand Caravan

These vehicles are made in the United States or Canada by members of the UAW and Canada’s Unifor union, formerly the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW). Because of the integration of vehicle production in both countries, all of the vehicles listed as made in Canada include significant UAW-made content and support the jobs of UAW members.

However, vehicles marked with a single asterisk (*) are also produced in Mexico.

All heavy-duty Chevrolet Silverados and GMC Sierras will be built in Flint, Michigan, only. Light-duty Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra regular cabs are produced in Mexico only. Vehicles marked with a double asterisk (**) are the crew cab versions of the Chevrolet Silverado light-duty and GMC Sierra light-duty trucks. Those are assembled by UAW members in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and also in Mexico.

When purchasing a vehicle marked with a single or double asterisk, it’s important to check the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). A VIN beginning with “1” or “4” or “5” identifies a U.S.-made vehicle; a “2” identifies a Canadian-made vehicle; a “3” identifies a vehicle made in Mexico. Not all vehicles made in the United States or Canada are built by union-represented workers. Vehicles not listed here, even if produced in the United States or Canada, are not union made.

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