One of the most interesting elements on a vehicle's sticker is where the auto is built.
These days, with a global economy, you will find Japanese car companies building vehicles in Ohio, and German automakers going south of the border.
Even better: Check out where a vehicle's parts are sourced from.
Of course being that vehicles are retail products, you better believe that would be buyers have strong opinions on all matters related to the vehicle.
Take, for example, one religious group whose members avoid any German-produced vehicle because of the marque's role building the "people's car."
Or how about a grandfather that will NOT touch any vehicle made by a Japanese company after what happened at Pearl Harbor.
That being said, what percentage of car buyers are BIGOTS, when it comes down to where a vehicle was built?