USED CAR COMMERCIAL - 2005 CHEVROLET COBALT

EDIT: The car has sold for a cool $700!

www.reidzandbelt.com

The time has come to sell my lovely 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. My first car has taken me all over the place, never given me a flat tire or broken down on me, she's always been there for me.

The car is only up on eBay for 7 days so if the video made you laugh, smile, or just a gentle exhale out your nostrils, it would really be appreciated if you liked and shared this video, let's find Carmen a new owner!!

I knew I wanted to do a video like this ever since I got the car back in 2013 and am so proud/stoked to share it with all of you. Lots of laughs were shared creating this.

The eBay ad can be found here, https://www.ebay.ca/itm/233104334586

Scripted/Directed/Produced/Edited - Reid Zandbelt
Actor - Ashton Fillion
Voice over - Gary Craig

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This is my superbly average 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, Carmen. If you have no intentions of ever getting laid again, buy this car now… and start driving it. Carmen, boasts some remarkable features, an off colour driver’s door handle, left and right turn signals that work. Not that you’ll ever use them, nobody ever does. You’ll be thrilled with after-market front speakers and radio system because 17 year old me thought that was a smart decision. This old girl has a hefty 230,000 kilometres on her, but runs like the wind. Speaking of the wind, that’s the closest thing you’ll get to air conditioning, but you will get to roll down the windows, because, you love the challenge.
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“Hi could I get a small coffee, 2 milk 1 sugar please?”
“Is that everything?”
“Yeah, that’s everything”
“$1.60 at the window.”
“Thanks”
“Hello, sorry the window doesn’t work. Thanks man, sorry, thank you.”
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Under the hood you’ll find a 2.2 litre eco-tech, engine paired with a 5 speed manual transmission. When you drive at night, a gorgeous orange glow illuminates the dash wonderfully, constantly reminding you that this car is a piece of garbage. Even though this car is a joke, the ad is not. Starting at $799. That’s seven hundred and ninety nine dollars, not seven dollars and ninety nine cents, although that seems reasonable.