• Nov 26, 2006

WARNING: Video is NOT work or kid friendly. Contains adult language, and unlike Binky, it ain't bleeped.

Our friends at Jalopnik discovered Chrysler's new online-only ad campaign a few days ago. Now the Jalopnik team has unearthed what is supposedly Chrysler's ad agency, BBDO Detroit, having a little fun with the Folgers coffee takeoff in the originals. We have to say, the originals are attention-getting and original (OK, an original takeoff on an old Folger's ad), but the edgier gag ads do more to stimulate our car-buying gland.

One more gag ad joins the two original ads after the jump.

[Source: Jalopnik]

One more PG13-rated ad...



And here are the original, G-rated ads...


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      • 8 Years Ago
      not bad but no where near as funny as the 'trunk monkey' commercials
      • 8 Years Ago
      'The jeep wrangler doesn't have four wheel drive. No center differential, it is off road drive'
      'No shit'
      • 8 Years Ago
      Great commercials!! Too bad they can't use the racier versions!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Jane (female) and Max (male) are a sturdy, lively toy dog, playful and gentle. They easily adapt well to any family situation and will enjoy a cuddle in your lap, doing tricks, or fetching a tennis ball. They are an intelligent breed who will make a good family addition. They have a glossy, fine and silky coat,intelligent, confident, affectionate, lively, brave and spirited. They get along with other pets and with kids and would love to play outdoors. Jane and Max are AKC registered, Vet examined, Micro-chipped with a complete pedigree and they have been weaned and deformed with their shots up-to-date. They have all the health records from a reputable certified Vet. They are presently 5.5 inches and would mature to about 6.5 inches and 5lbs. We usually take them for grooming Twice a week. They would come along with their puppy toys and dresses.
      • 8 Years Ago
      When you can't sell your cars you resort to idiotic commercials. Talk about scraping the bottom of the barrel.
      • 8 Years Ago
      There's all the proof you need, the Commander hauls more azs!

      (No need for two trips!)
      • 8 Years Ago
      I just lost the last ounce of respect i had for Chrysler
      • 8 Years Ago
      That first one is hillarious. And #2, it's not an advertising ploy or exactly like a beer commercial. It's a spoof on an old Folger's coffee commercial.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Funny. Uses the old marketing ploy "Buy our product, get laid." Other than the language, it's exactly like a beer commercial.
      • 8 Years Ago
      # 16 Bob

      The Commander is an updated eight passenger version of the '84 Cherokee. It pre-dates the HumVee. If they look similar, the Hummer ripped-off the jeep.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Spoof. But----- I think they should run them just to see all the pissed of off up tight folks come out. Negative press sells. Run the commercials, for once, be brave!
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is proof positive that you idiots don't read. Of course it's a spoof on an an old coffee commercial, Autoblog told you that moron! These weren't made by Chrysler, it was the AD AGENCY having fun. Damn I can't believe that you jackasses function in daily life. Whats wrong with a fun commercial poking fun at a competitor? Everyone does it in one way or another. I'm in SoCal and I've never seen this ad, so it must have run in a smaller market or so, BIG DEAL! Tiago is right, this country is getting so f@&%*n uptight. You douchebags make us all look bad when you speak or write, so SHUT THE F%#K UP!
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