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Dodge just produced one of the most irresponsible and reckless commercials currently on TV.The commercial features two dads street racing their cars in a blizzard.

Both of the dads have their families in their cars and even portray the kids from each family taunting each other. Both cars have Christmas trees on their respective roof tops and the needles are blown off by the "incredible speed" of the two cars racing. I can't believe Dodge would be this foolish to glamorize street racing with little kids in the car. If one considers the damage and death toll attributed to street racing this could be one of the most insensitive commercials ever produced by a car company.

Great job Dodge!Let's hope this one "backfires" in your pocket book!

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Anonymous
#1339719

Chrysler is an irresponsible auto manufacturer.All the cars they build now are foolish, wasteful retro inspired muscle cars.

Well, since the CEO of Fiat Chrysler has been trying to sell or merge Chrysler with another auto maker, and not getting any takers, it looks like Chrysler's auto division may soon be history.

As far as I'm concerned Chrysler should've died 40 years ago.Enough is enough with their poorly constructed and engineered automobiles that have consistently scored rock bottom on JD Powers listings.

Anonymous
#1328929

Who wouldent want to race with a chritsmas tree on their roof? Sounds fun

Anonymous
San Diego, California, United States #1259434

This ad shows immense irresponsibility and stupidness at

Dodges executive level. Maybe they need to meet one of

these cars in action to DRIVE the point home.

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