The Best 2012 Superbowl Commercials For Automakers?

The 2012 Superbowl featuring the New York Giants and the New England Patriots was arguably one of the best games ever in the history of Superbowls. But many folks watch the game to don thing and one thing only. Watch the commercials and decide yourself!

For the Jim Ellis family of dealerships, it was a great night of advertising. But we’ve argued amongst ourselves to try and figure out just which one of the brands truly had the best Superbowl commercial and there’s still no definitive answer.

Was it the pair of commercials from Volkswagen including a pack of dogs howling the Imperial march from Star Wars (The Bark Side)?

Or their tale of the pooch who wanted to shed a few pounds so that he could fit through the doggy door to chase down the red VW (The Dog Strikes back)?

Some say Chevrolet’s Apocalypse video was the best even though Ford was up in arms over it.

Hyundai also came to the table with not 2, but 3 commercials including the Veloster versus the Cheetah video…

the chorus of singing Hyundai employees encouraging people to never say never.

and the employee who saved his boss’s life with his Genesis Coupe.

So, we guess we’ll have to leave it up to you to decide. Which is your favorite?

 

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