Jeep Super Bowl Commercial Speaks to Your Restless Spirit

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Jeep Super Bowl Commercial Speaks to Your Restless Spirit

The second of three Chrysler Super Bowl ads, Jeep took center stage just ahead of the half time show to put the spotlight on its new Cherokee compact crossover.

Watch the full commercial below and get complete 2014 Jeep Cherokee info here.

SEE ALSO: 2014 Jeep Cherokee Review

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  • Josephus

    “Built Free.”
    …then why do they charge us $50,000 for it?

  • ALLAN

    Because ugly has a price.
    And that price is $50,000.

  • American

    that is one ugly car… not a jeep.. and when they ifs the wrangler those will be ugly cars as well!!

  • Bodo

    You know that Jeep is wary of the looks when the car being sold is only shown for a mere fraction of the ad…

  • YOU ARE ALL UGLY BULLSHIT BECAUSE THE NEW CHEROKEE IS THE BEST AND SO IS THE SUBARU FORESTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Richard Joash Tan

    YOU ARE ALL UGLY BULLSHIT BECAUSE THE NEW CHEROKEE IS THE BEST AND SO IS THE SUBARU FORESTER!!!!!!

  • cpubound

    Humm, and why do you think the advertisements keep waving the American flag and never mention that Chrysler is OWNED by FIAT (an Italian company). And where did the money come from that financed the Fiat takeover of Chrysler? OOps, don’t look into that. It will make you sick when you find out that it was American tax payer dollars that made if possible for Fiat to buy Chrysler at a bargain basement price. YUP, “give us enough rope and we will hang ourselves…”

  • lohakut

    Deformed Cherokee 2014.Turn Indicators are larger than HEAD Lights, Designed in China ?????

  • lohakut

    Agreed !!!!!

  • lohakut

    Yes It Is UGLY, A Jeep should look like a Jeep.
    I am Sorry, I work for Chrysler……….

  • Rickers

    You guys need to think outside the box. It’s got a great modern look. More cars and crossovers will follow it’s styling. Mark my words!

  • Joey

    This thing is hideous. If they ever change the look of the wrangler like this that will more than likely kill sales on that model. Whatever happened to nice crisp lines giving a vehicle character and good ol mechanical reliability and strength? It was all replaced by plastic and electronics making todays vehicles ready for the scrap yard from the time they come out of the factory. The government is slowly moving drivers further and further away from actually driving their vehicles and letting electronics do it for them.

  • Rubikhan

    This is the worst/gayest jeep I’ve ever seen I wouldn’t be caught dead in it. Wtf was jeep thinking. Tell fiat to keep their fingers out of the design pie. This will be the end of the Cherokee.

  • Richard Joash Tan

    YOU ARE ALL UGLY BULLSHIT BECAUSE THE NEW CHEROKEE IS THE BEST AND SO IS THE SUBARU FORESTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • (O|||||||O)

    Well there’s one Richard in every family …Ugliest design yet… Thanks Fiat!!!

  • lohakuy

    I like the word Gayest ……perfect description. Ha Ha…

  • taylorcraftbc65

    The only Cherokee that I like is my 87 XJ. I’n not afraid to take it up the rocks and wreck the paint of some uber-expensive car that I would be spending six years paying for. That is why myother two Jeeps are YJ’s, I play HARD with my Jeeps.

  • ray6782

    I can’t imagine why Chrysler chose to use the Cherokee for their Super Bowl commercial….except for the fact that it’s the highest price Jeep of the whole line. The model that is selling like hotcakes is the Wrangler….So they didn’t need to advertise it at all….It’s all about money……..

  • cbrm

    I think the song “This land is Our Land” was poorly chosen to emphasize the meaning of the commercial they played. Now we have whats left of a American car co. , surviving, although subsidized to do so, taking a left turn. Its as if they cut up an American flag to make a new one that is integrate with the flags of several other countries. It’s wrong on many levels.

    My letter to American Motors today after hearing the butchered classic patriotic song….

    “I am a world traveler who loves interacting with people all over the Earth, with a special affinity for the diversity that especially resides with us here in So. Cal. Yet I am completely insulted by the bastardization of the American patriotic song, intended to unite and celebrate the ownership of our land as citizens of the USA. Today is a sad day. Amongst the uniquely patriotic Superbowl context, there is the erasing of a cultural-building song of our nation. You should of wrote a new song that celebrates the cultures of Earth. You should be ashamed. You are lucky that this is a public domain song. Nonetheless, I hope you loose money and get sued by the citizenry. I have officially decided to NOT buy that jeep (her initial car of choice) for my daughter this year. Do NOT contact me.”

    Sincerely,
    Chuck