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GM Superbowl Ads


Well, for those of us not emotionally or fiscally invested in the big game, some of the more anticipated moments come during the commercial breaks. Advertisers spend beaucoup money on these ads, so you know they're going to bring their 'A' game...or at least should. General Motors is no exception. Some of these you may have seen before, some you haven't. In either case, sit back, click, watch, and enjoy the show.



Chevrolet Division
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Ain't We Got Love

Chevrolet HHR
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Car Wash

GM Quality
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Robot

GMC Acadia
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GMC Yukon Denali
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GMC Sierra
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Will be updated as commercials become available!

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I like watching the Super Bowl for the ads, I'll admit. I'll probably TiVo through parts of the game to see the ads.. :)

But I am cheering on the Bears since my Broncos didn't make it.

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I like watching the Super Bowl for the ads, I'll admit. I'll probably TiVo through parts of the game to see the ads.. :)

But I am cheering on the Bears since my Broncos didn't make it.

The Broncos suck. (Just kidding - notice I'm a spoiled Patriots fan.)

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The Robot ad is good. The others are not the greatest, but at least we haven't seen anything as bad as last year's Escalade commercial. I want to see the Cadillac commercial for this year.

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Robot one I loved...Chevy one was semi-bad (bad singing and some "who?" people don't make me WANT a Chevy), and the HHR one was semi disturbing to both me and my father who I was on the phone with at air time (laughed, but...).

So, high marks for the robot one--LOVED it--but, just an okay or maybe, for the others.

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I liked the robot one... the ads (overall, not just GM) have been so-so this year, IMHO. But I loved the Prince half time show...(Purple Rain in the rain!)

Edited by moltar

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The Robot was one pretty good, and the HHR one is definitely one that will catch people's attention.

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What kind of sick f :) ck takes pleasure in seeing a robot commit suicide? I found that a little alarming. I am deeply saddened that GM would pick a commercial like this. I plan on writing a letter to the ACLU or whomever handles a situation such as this as soon as I stop laughing.

I like this teaser, too.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=3wU0x3_t0Do

ps I wonder how many drivers toyota killed or seriously injured while taping their tundra commercial.

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http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=dw-s...ns&expire=1

Loser: Chevy HHR

A bunch of women driving this car are stuck at a stoplight where a throng of shirtless men – many out of shape or old (this was apparently the funny, zany part) – can't help but turn into dancing squeegee washers? Rudy Giuliani would have rightfully hit them with jaywalking tickets.

Later, GMC gave us a robot contemplating suicide after getting laid off (it turned out to be a dream). This was particularly hilarious, we're sure, to all of the recently laid off General Motors factory workers.

At least Chevy spared us another rendition of John Mellencamp's "This Is Our Country" and last March's endless loop of button-down Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski trying to hawk construction grade pickup trucks. (When you think hauling steel, who doesn't think Duke hoops?)

We can't imagine why Detroit is in trouble.

WOW - And I thought I was the only one.

Edited by evok

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I liked the robot ad, it was better than I thought it would be. HHR was so so and the Chevy ad was okay but the song wasn't that catchy. I did like the tag line at the end "People who love cars love Chevy"

Edited by I hope GMRULES again

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The Chevy ads both sucked. I'm sorry but I thought they were horrible. The love Chevy one...most people couldn't sing...it was painful to listen to. The HHR one seems like a knockoff of the Charger SRT-8 promo but with guys instead of girls washing it and horrible (IMO) music.

On the other hand, the robot one was cute, and the 2 Yukon Denali ads were good (especially the 2nd one)

The Sierra ones were pretty good....although they did miss something....the transmissions.

As for those Tundra ads, they're nothing if not impressive. "The truck that's changing everything" line is a little lame, but it didn't have the arrogance you see in a Camry commercial...they were cool and more impressive than the Sierra ones. Actually, they kind of remind me of the Ford Superduty ads a while back.

Edited by Dodgefan

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Later, GMC gave us a robot contemplating suicide after getting laid off (it turned out to be a dream). This was particularly hilarious, we're sure, to all of the recently laid off General Motors factory workers.

Uh... I thought they accepted very lucrative buy-out packages... Why would this bother them? :rolleyes:

Beside that, when was the last time the Media or US public cared if GM's factory workers were employed or not?

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If anyone should take notice it should be the workers that are still with GM... produce quality products or you're out the door.

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