With the biggest players in the automotive industry moving their manufacturing and assembling facilities to South-East Asia, namely China, and other parts of the world with cheaper labor, one question is raised. Are the cars made outside of North America the same quality as those produced in the core country? When the labor is cheap, does the quality suffer? And ultimately – do the buyers care? Take a look at our newest infographic to see whether car buyers find it important where a car is produced.