Ford Kids Ask Santa Ford Fusion Fashion Commercial

Ford Kids Ask Santa Ford Fusion Fashion Commercial
39 votes, 2.82 avg. rating (56% score)

A little girl sits on Santa’s lap. Santa asks “Ho ho ho. Now what would this pretty little girl like for Christmas?” She answers “I’m thinking the Ford Fusion.” Santa’s confused “Ho ho… the what?” The little girl goes on “I need a car that’s stylish and fashionable, especially in my line of work.” Santa teases “Haha line of work? What do you have, a lemonade stand?” She replies “Guys, I’m in fashion. But, I also need amazing tech, too. Like, a rear view camera and active park assist. It practically parks itself.” Santa asks “Cars can do that? And what color would you like, pink?” She answers “I’ll have my assistant send you over some swatches. Have you ever thought about getting a makeover?”


14 User Reviews

  1. Gina Huffman January 1, 2014 9:48 pm  Reply

    Cannot believe Ford put such a commercial out kids think they deserve everything and given to them couldn’t they come up with something better teaching kids moral values. These commercials are annoying and cannot stand listening to them. GET WITH IT FORD COME UP WITH SOMTHING BETTER.Ps those kids are not even driving age.

  2. Cheryl January 1, 2014 1:35 am  Reply

    This ad could have and should have been cute but the girl’s attitude is somewhat toooo entitled. Plus the only reason I signed on to this website is to find out what she’s saying after the “guys I’m in fashion” line. I’ve seen the ad all thru Christmas season and couldn’t decipher what she said next, which is fault of the ad producer or whoever, not the girl. I would have sworn she was saying something about “but I also need an amazing tattoo” which I knew couldn’t be correct but I just couldn’t figure out what she was saying. No, the ad didn’t do anything for me.

  3. Joyce Anderson December 25, 2013 10:41 pm  Reply

    They are too young to drive and too old to be sitting in Santa’s lap. I think they are rude, and disrespectful. Hate these commercials.

  4. John Degroat December 23, 2013 4:33 pm  Reply

    I love the commercial. I think shes cute. And its just a commercial

  5. Fred D December 23, 2013 11:03 am  Reply

    This and the other commerical by Ford with the little boy demanding a truck, just make me sick. I am certainly not motivated to purchase anything from Ford based on these commericials. They are arrogant and I hope their sales go DOWN as a result of this type of advertising.

  6. Michael December 21, 2013 9:32 pm  Reply

    This commercial is driving me crazy. SHE’S NOT OLD ENOUGH TO DRIVE IT!!!

  7. Donna December 21, 2013 4:10 pm  Reply

    Terrible ad. What are we telling our kids.

  8. Ann December 20, 2013 10:37 pm  Reply

    Ridiculous!! What kind of a message is this sending to kids? Remember when parents used to be in charge????

  9. jackie December 19, 2013 8:37 pm  Reply

    I work with adolescents and find this commercial disgusting. It isn’t bad enough that so many kids feel entitled to phones, iPods, xboxes, etc…now they’re asking for cars. It may be tongue in cheek, but in very poor taste. Sad that folks paid by Ford to write their commercials aren’t more creative!

  10. Mike December 18, 2013 10:46 pm  Reply

    I love this commercial. The actor playing Santa should win an Emmy (or whatever award) for his timing and delivery of the phrase, “…the what”? It’s funny, it’s perfect. It’s what you’d expect from the request for a Ford Fusion…by anybody!

    • Anon December 20, 2013 9:12 am  Reply

      …Anddddd misuse of the talented Santa goes to Ford’s ‘exploited children’ campaign.

  11. Alia December 18, 2013 9:16 pm  Reply

    Teaching our children to be spoiled demanding brats one commercial at a time. She’s demanding a ford fusion to match her pretty little watches. Shame on the parents for letting their children be casted in such a light to represent the rest of America’s children on national tv. This is what we stand for now.

  12. Francine December 17, 2013 9:35 pm  Reply

    this is very very bad advertising. Very sad. Mix Santa with pre-teen. Very bad, very sad.

  13. Ryan Pierson December 17, 2013 12:32 am  Reply

    hated it :p

What's Your Opinion?