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2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Commercial: Crashing Symbols [The Ad Section]

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When I was a middle-class kid going to my high school in my middle-class being labeled “pretentious” was a condemnation. The rich kids neighboring Essex Fells pretentious; we were “honest” and to earth.” Of course, what we were was jealous, but we wore our cloak of humility, woven sturdy grass roots, a badge of honor. It kept us from, among other the green-eyed monster. So I totally get there’s something powerful the have-nots getting their especially if the haves can be taught a as part of the bargain.

That’s the energy (negative it may be) that Mitsubishi is tapping with its “End Pretentiousness”

When the copy says, design should be inclusive, not it means that you shouldn’t to be rich to drive an SUV that like the SUVs that people drive. (Although I’m not which “great design” it is to; is the Outlander Sport any better than a Kia Sportage or Hyundai both of which are in the Outlander’s range?) But even if we give that one—even if we agree the Outlander Sport is every bit as designed as a BMW or Mercedes or other SUV costs a lot more—why isn’t it to just say that? Why smash the out of those symbols of wealth?

Since they’re being as icons of pretension, I can only it’s because Mitsubishi middle-class Americans are angry at people, angry enough to “lay to waste” (a direct from a Mitsubishi press their ice swans, champagne and chandeliers. Well, maybe are angry. And maybe they good reason to be, what rich people being so pretentious and all.

But then why in the world do they to emulate them? Isn’t to be pretentious even more than actually being

Yet Mitsubishi is so sure it has hit upon a nerve that it’s the “End Pretentiousness” theme to its campaign as well. Thanks to a Facebook app, you can upload of your pretentious friends’ (or your pretentious friends and watch with self-righteous as an Outlander rends them along with the magically crystal chandelier and all that good champagne. But if these are so pretentious, why are they your in the first place? And why does the in the app get dusted off by two butlers before it its next victim?

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Tell me again who’s pretentious?

But maybe I’m looking at all wrong. Maybe Mitsubishi is aiming this spot at SUV buyers in the hope that it get them to trade down and to out their chandeliers and champagne for lamps and Miller Lite. To the GL and get a Mitsu. Why not?

After all, it looks as good.

Yeah, right. A plausible explanation is that especially those with or anger issues, like to see get blown up. There’s just about that Y chromosome makes witnessing graphic an inherently satisfying experience. Michael Bay built a whole on it. And it’s not by random chance “Explosions A to Z” was one of the most-popular MythBusters

So if that’s what’s really on here, then maybe is onto something with commercial. Especially if its target thinks like middle-class kids who fancy themselves to earth” and haven’t yet acknowledged green-eyed monster within.

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