Poll: What was the best Super Bowl car commercial of 2010?

Super Bowl XLIV has come and gone, with the New Orleans Saints pulling out a convincing albeit surprising victory over the Indianapolis Colts (An onside kick to start the third quarter?!?!?!). You're in the minority if that spoiled a surprise, as the Super Bowl is traditionally the most watched televised event of the year. And because of that, commercials that run during the big game are often the most expensive to produce and fun to watch.

For the most part, this year's crop of commercials lived up to their expensive price tags. The auto industry was in full effect with eight commercials that aired, six of which were by automakers themselves including Audi, Dodge, Honda, Hyundai, Kia and Volkswagen. The other were two were from Bridgestone and Cars.com.

Now that we're all back at work nursing hangovers and upset stomachs, it's time to cast judgment and decide which car commercial aired during Super Bowl XLIV was the best. Follow the jump to view them all and cast your vote.

UPDATE: Want to know what the experts have to say about this year's batch of Super Bowl car commercials? Check out Julie Roehm's feature on AOL Autos. It's got charts and everything!

Audi: The Green Police

Bridgestone: Whale of a Tale

Bridgestone: Your Tires or Your Wife

Cars.com: Timothy Richmond

Dodge: Man's Last Stand

Honda: Accord Crosstour

Hyundai: 10 Years Strong

Hyundai: Sonata Painted

Kia: Childhood Friends

Volkswagen: PunchDub

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