• Feb 7th 2011 at 7:57PM
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Congratulations, Packers fans, your team just won Super Bowl XLV. And fret not, Steelers fans, your team mounted a thrilling comeback and turned the game from a would-be snooze-fest into a down-to-the-wire fourth-quarter nail-biter. Nicely done all around.

That out of the way, our notoriously short attention spans turn to the commercials. Our own David Kiley shared his well-informed opinions on what his favorites were and weren't, and you can read more about his picks here. As a refresher, here are some of the choices from Chevrolet, Chrysler, BMW, Mini, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, Hyundai, Kia, Suzuki and Bridgestone.

We're curious... Who do you think had the best automotive ad from the Big Game? Was it Volkswagen, for either its impossibly cute 'The Force' ad or its imaginative 'Black Beetle' ad? Or did Chrysler steal the show with its two-minute-long plug introducing the Imported From Detroit tagline? Neither?

Take part in our completely unscientific poll below and let your voice be heard.

Who had the best automotive Super Bowl XLV ad?
Audi: Release The Hounds 2298 (7.5%)
BMW: Ch...Changes 753 (2.4%)
BMW: Designed In America 277 (0.9%)
Bridgestone: Reply All 510 (1.7%)
Bridgestone: Beaver 782 (2.5%)
Chevrolet: Status 81 (0.3%)
Chevrolet: Miss Evelyn 684 (2.2%)
Chevrolet: Al's Chevy Dealership 360 (1.2%)
Chevrolet: Tommy 363 (1.2%)
Chevrolet: Discovery 90 (0.3%)
Chevrolet: Misunderstanding 179 (0.6%)
Chrysler: Imported From Detroit 6855 (22.2%)
Hyundai: Anachronistic City 254 (0.8%)
Hyundai: Hypnotized 182 (0.6%)
Kia: One Epic Ride 1473 (4.8%)
Mercedes-Benz: Welcome To The Family 1128 (3.7%)
Mini: Cram It In The Boot 507 (1.6%)
Suzuki: Wicked Weather 134 (0.4%)
Volkswagen: Black Beetle 1127 (3.7%)
Volkswagen: The Force 12805 (41.5%)

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