3 American-Made Cars Having an Explosive 2013

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Just over five years ago, everyone laughed at the idea that American automakers could produce a smaller fuel-efficient vehicle to compete with their Japanese rivals. It was so bad that American autos had to dish out thousands in incentive money to move their cars off the lots -- resulting in massive losses and low resale values. 

Those days are gone. Now Ford has produced a handful of extremely popular vehicles such as the Fiesta, Focus, and Fusion. General Motors has even had success, and Tesla has appeared out of nowhere to take America by storm.

For proof of an American-made automotive renaissance, look no further than these three vehicles having an explosive year.

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