It's finally over. As the Baltimore Ravens ran down the clock at the end of an extra-long Super Bowl XLVII, so, too, did the onslaught of Super Bowl advertising from automakers finish like a fire hose running out of water. We're now drenched in their marketing and it's time to dry off and move on by picking the best one.

Choose your favorite car commercial of this year's Super Bowl in the poll below. We've amassed them all further down the page, so click here to rewatch your favorites. If you're a glutton for Super Bowl spots, click here to see which car commercial you picked as MVP of last year's game.




Audi

Prom




Cars.com

Wolf




Hyundai

Epic PlayDate


Team


Stuck


Excited


Don't Tell




Jeep

Whole Again





Kia

Space Babies


Hotbots




Lincoln

Phoenix


#SteerTheScript




Mercedes-Benz

Soul




Ram

Farmer





Toyota

Wish Granted




Volkswagen

Get In. Get Happy.





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      The Wasp
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Don't shred me brother -- sticky bun come soon"
      stecki3d
      • 1 Year Ago
      Fast and Furious 6 FTW!!! It beat all the car ads. haha cars taking down jumbo jets and driving through exploding engines!!! EPIC OMFG!!! Why hasn't AB wrote a story on that??? It's all i can think about!
        Arturo Rios Jr.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @stecki3d
        What grab my attention about the fast 6 was the cars used, I had a hard time knowing what cars those were
      peter1dav
      • 1 Year Ago
      RAM ad had way too much God mantra
      Autolegend
      • 1 Year Ago
      The Farmer ad made every person in the room say, "BUYING A CHEVY" Hopeless, stupid, and desperate. RAM defined as a brand and as a commercial.
      The Tourmaster
      • 1 Year Ago
      The RAM commercial was simply a work of art which brought tears to my eyes and will resonate with me for many years to come. It was a truly gracious and stunning tribute to the work ethic, resourcefulness, and character of the American farmer. Dodge hit it out of the park with class and honor.
        sparrk
        • 1 Year Ago
        @The Tourmaster
        I own a farm and i know how hard it is, but i think this commercial is too cheesy.
      • 1 Year Ago
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        Sam I Am
        • 1 Year Ago
        If BlackDynamiteOnline was looking to show his stupidity...congratulations dude!
        whatamooseiam
        • 1 Year Ago
        Lol... I don't think the commercial was horrible, but you're not going to get many customers through the door by trying to make us ogle at farmers for 60 seconds rather than the truck itself. Sell the PRODUCT!
      peter1dav
      • 1 Year Ago
      Jeep ad was embarassing to watch "We fight wars overseas and kill people so we can go home after and drive Chrysler SUVs"
        car czar
        • 1 Year Ago
        @peter1dav
        you so missed the point of that ad. USO motto is " until everyone comes home" and the Jeep was born during World War 2 and soldiers brought them home, or soldiers bought them as a reliable source of transportation. Jeep and the American Soldier will always have close ties.
      Alexi
      • 1 Year Ago
      Jeep/ram fail. A pathetic attempt to use patriotism to sell cars by a foreign owned company. Based on the comments though, most of you don't seem to care that Ram and Jeep have Italians calling the shots
        car czar
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Alexi
        You do realize that a lot of "American" Companies are not owned by Americans but to keep the profits up they continue to market themselves as a American Company. Chrysler is a true American Company with its only headquarters being in America along with about 70% of its work force here in America. So you see Chrysler is an American car company. If you want to know another popular company that does this is Budweiser inow owned by a Belgian brewing company called In-Bev since 2007.
        Rob J
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Alexi
        I have no problem with an Italian company buying Chrysler from a failing American one. But it makes me somewhat sad how easy it is to pander to the American public with a simple tug on the heartstrings. The VW and Merc ones were genuinely good.
          Alexi
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Rob J
          I agree with you. It's not a problem that fiat bought Chrystler, it's just makes patriotic Marketing ring false
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        Arturo Rios Jr.
        • 1 Year Ago
        The farmer add reminded me of farmworkers driving their old pickup trucks and not a top of the line dodge.
      Carzzz
      • 1 Year Ago
      ram=-most captivating BY FAR VW=most entertaining Audi=cliches get old Hyundai=I would rather have 1 well thought out present that a few gag gifts. Toyota=best incoproation of an actor Mercedes=meh Kia=your silly approach is so silly just like your cars Lincoln=where's the african american reach
      • 1 Year Ago
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      Suzq044
      • 1 Year Ago
      Picked Ram. It stayed with me the most out of the long line of 'meh' advertising this year. Ram; Jeep and then F&F6, and IronMan. Those are the ones that stuck with me in that order. LOL
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