Detroit Still Thinks People Have Love Affairs With Their Cars

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Nostalgia is front and center in a new Chrysler commercial which hinges on the no longer very truthful truism Americans really really love their cars. With a through-the-decades montage, the ad speaks to the travels Chrysler and its customers have been on together and the many that will be taken in the future.

While the automobile certainly does play a central roles in American's lives, the love affair with the automobile has long since died. Ask any person under 35 or so if they think off their car as anything other than a means to get from point A to point B.

It's an OK commercial. There's nothing wrong with a company looking back at its history and how it fits into the fabric of life but it's not an approach that's going to sell any cars. Oh wait, it's not trying to sell cars. Silly us. Chrysler's just being nice and wishing us Happy Holidays. Forget everything we just wrote.

by Steve Hall    Jan- 4-10   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Commercials   

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