Suzuki Super Bowl Ad Published Online [Video]

Posted: Jan 29 2011, 7:30am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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Suzuki Super Bowl Ad published online [Video]
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A surprise new entry in the Super Bowl 2011 Ad line-up appeared. Japanese carmaker Suzuki will advertise for the first time during the Super Bowl. Suzuki will promote the Suzuki Kizashi all-wheel-drive car. The company also already went ahead and published the Super Bowl commercial featuring attacking snowmen. The spot is titled Wicket Weather.

Suzuki is only showing the Kizashi Super Bowl ad in select markets in the Snow Belt. I guess they did not want to bother Hawaiians with a car that tackles Winter.

Suzuki joins the long list of car Super Bowl ads this year.

More details about the Kizashi can be found here. Via InsideLine. Watch the Suzuki Super Bowl Ad below.

Just like last year, I4U News will be featuring again the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2011 for Geeks Guide will be all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the big game. The Super Bowl XLV will take place in the Dallas Cowboys stadium on February 6th 2011.
For a list of the current official and rumored Super Bowl ads for 2011 check out our Super Bowl Ads 2011 Guide. See also our Super Bowl XLV Facts and Times Guide.

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