Car Slogans

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by LanXer, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. Post Car Slogans.
    Good, Bad, Old, New, Any.

    I'll start
    "When you turn your car on, does it return the favor?" Cadillac CTS
     
  2. Audi: vorsprung durch Vergewaltigung
     
  3. That CTS commercial is so false.
     
  4. Nej
     
  5. jah
     
  6. Bugatti: Suck My Dick
     
  7. I love what you do for me, Toyota! (jump in air, limbs extended, freeze frame)

    We build excitement. Pontiac.

    Have you driven a Ford... lately?

    Heartbeat of America. Chevrolet

    Fahrvergnugen or whatever.

    That's all the 80s/early 90s slogans I can remember.
     
  8. **** you! Baltimore!
     
  9. Lee Iacocca: "If you can find a better car, buy it."
     
  10. Grand Am SE - its race car
     
  11. #14 stewacide, Nov 18, 2007
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  12. there good
     
  13. #16 sixspeedfirebird, Nov 18, 2007
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  14. But it's still +1 to marketing.
     
  15. Woulden't you really rather have a Buick?
    Not your fathers Olsmobile.
     
  16. Car slogans are for homos
     
  17. I saw a Volkswagen poser in the Mech Engg building that said "Derivers wanted". I laughed entirely on the inside, because I didn't want anyone around me to think I thought it was funny.
     
  18. Sheer Driving Pleasure

    BMW
     
  19. not a slogan, but it makes me laugh even though it's probably fake
     
  20. Scion has their advertising right:

    Hell yes!
    Hell no!

    With checkboxes for the two next to an xB.
     
  21. She sounds like she's on xanax.
     
  22. haha

    VW - drivers wanted
    Toyota - get the feeling?
    Dodge - grab life by the horns (they don't use this anymore I don't think)
    Mazda - zoom zoom
    nissan - shift____
    mitsubishi - wake up and drive
    cadillac - life, liberty, and the pursuit
    subaru - the beauty of all wheel drive
    honda - the power of dreams
    lexus - the relentless pursuit of perfection?
     

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