Jeep is a popular American automobile brand that is a division of Chrysler Group LLC. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Italian multinational automaker Fiat S.P.A. Chrysler Corporation had acquired Jeep along with the remaining assets of its (then) owner, American Motors.
Currently, Jeep offers Sports Utility Vehicles, Off-Road Vehicles as well as Pickup trucks.
Most Americans prefer Jeep for its off-road performance, durability and strength. Those factors weren’t just something that customers picked up in a single night. It took years of advertising and trust. But that sounds like a lot right?
Hence, Super Bowl, a platform that allows various companies to make their presence felt as strong as ever. The following super bowl commercials from Jeep were intended for the very same purpose, they have reached more than a million views and likes so far. So, sit back relax and grab a bucket of ice-cream or popcorn and enjoy these commercials- while we await the latest Jeep Super Bowl commercial 2015
Chrysler had a very silent and taciturn agenda for the Super Bowl XLVII. Without any teasers or any hint to the public and no celebrity involvement, this was a unique recipe brewing from Detroit.
The Chrysler team worked closely with United Service Organizations (USO) for a two minute tribute entitled “Whole Again” and was narrated by Oprah Winfrey to introduce the Jeep brand’s “Operation SAFE Return”“galvanize community support for service members and their families worldwide.”
“We wait. We hope. We pray. Until you’re home again.” — Oprah
This is how the commercial starts off. This commercial was one of the more popular ones like “The Year of the Farmer” that featured its Dodge Ram brand truck.
This heartfelt patriotic commercial that intones “When you are home..we are more than a family… we are a nation, we are a nation that is home, again”
This Jeep Super Bowl commercial pays tribute to America’s military families. A heartwarming and emotional-tugging of some images of U.S military men and women meeting and embracing their family members as they arrive home safely from their overseas mission, just in time for the Super Bowl. Happiness, joy and a gamut of emotions is what made this commercial a hit.
Jeep also donated $ 1 million in funding and vehicles to the USO for programs which supported returning U.S military service members and their families. Chrysler has always been on top of the game when it came to donating funds to the USO.
“For the past two years, we have used the largest television viewing audience to highlight the pride, the resilience and the determination that form an integral part of the American character,” said Sergio Marchionne, chairman and CEO of Chrysler, in a statement released after the advertisement aired.
In a statement released after “Whole Again” aired, Winfrey said: “It was an honor to lend my voice in support of those that serve us all.”
Do watch this commercial and enjoy those emotional moments( For sure we can expect a rocking Jeep Super Bowl commercial 2015 )
This is yet another beautiful Ad by Jeep. Although it does not totally convince you into buying a Jeep, it shows you various possibilities that the generation of today might find passé. Being restless is not such a bad thing, you get to do more with your life, you get to explore much more into the further, and you get to experiment a lot with the joy of driving a Jeep.
Showing over scenes of urban cityscapes along with patches of unspoiled nature and a narration that talks about the experience of being wanderlust, the commercial takes you into an uncommon journey. Although, you might not want to watch this commercial time and time again, it does manage to leave behind an impression of sorts( just cant wait to see what model is to be promoted in the Jeep Super Bowl commercial 2015 )
Imported from Detroit:
A commercial endorsed by Eminem to advertise Chrysler 200, this renamed and re-skinned rental car of the masses does not have the emotional grasp. It seems quite a visually pleasing commercial of the night and Chrysler needs applause for that reason. But, it somehow lacks connect and appeal that is seen in various car commercials. It is quite subjective, have a look at the Jeep Super Bowl commercial and see if you feel the same.
Chrysler 200 was formerly addressed as “Imported from Detroit” but now, the trend has changed and so has the baseline. The new marketing line says “America’s Import” with a new advertising campaign.
The Ad aims at competing with imports, it markets the reasons for you to “not” go overseas to get yourself a quality car. The commercial does a pretty good job by putting the brand back on the map.
Although the thought might lead you into believing that this brand challenges the import market, it somehow feels terribly dated and somehow fail to put across a rather pleasing message. Marketing is one part, but going aggressive on imports and making a decision for customers might not be such a good decision.
These few commercials had certainly created a buzz on the internet. Let’s hope Jeep/Chrysler bring out more innovative commercials.
While we await the Jeep Super Bowl commercial 2015, let a look at the Super Bowl Car Commercial list