Sure. Tires can include recycled rubber, including form old tires. Many intact car parts and accessories get recycled as well, although more likely for repairs than new cars. Metal materials are usually scrapped and may end up in new cars. But, of course, the actual content in any vehicle or model varies from pretty much none to almost the entire car. You might want to check out manufacturer’s website for claims concerning specific models – with the popularity of green movement, a high content would be advertised. Look at the Peapod car, for example, claiming to be made of over 95% recycled and recyclable material, including rubber, metals, glass, plastics, and recyclable batteries.
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