It turns out, we Canadians love us some commercials. According to Google Canada, we’ve beat out our American counterparts in searches for “Super Bowl Commercials” on YouTube for the past five years, likely because restrictions prevent Canadians from viewing U.S. commercials as they air (not yet anyway!).
If you didn’t watch yesterday’s big game, or if you just want to check out the sought-after ads, Strathcom has compiled the best automotive commercials from Super Bowl XLIX.
Throwback to 1994 with this hilarious BMW ad:
Props to Chevrolet for causing mass collective heart failure with their Blackout ad:
Leaving jaws agape internationally, Fiat is out to prove sex sells with their Blue Pill ad:
Hopefully you can attribute the tears welling in your eyes from Nissan’s ad to those Buffalo wings you’ve been scarfing:
What appears to be an ad for the latest Stomp! musical, actually turns out to be pitching the NX Turbo and Hybrid from Lexus:
Toyota tugs at the heartstrings with a double whammy of nostalgia and a shout out to the military with their Camry ad:
What starts out as pure Americana has a great global twist in this Jeep ad:
The new Sorento looks slicker than ever, and Pierce Brosnan adds a unexpected comedic touch to this fantastic ad by Kia:
A walk with wisdom, Dodge celebrates its 100th birthday with some old friends:
I’m not sure what audience Mercedes is after in this ad, but we can all agree that tortoise must have some pretty stellar credit:
And although it’s not a car commercial, our President’s Choice Award goes to the freemium mobile gaming brand, Clash of Clans, for their awesome ad featuring all-around badass, Liam Neeson: