Eugene Levy is playing a Boomer here and he is, in fact, a Boomer, born at the very end of 1946.
And that's where the Realism of this ad ends.
Eugene Levy is worth $20 million. I really don't see him being all that concerned with the price of automobiles and, at 75, he's probably about as familiar with all the options that come with today's cars as a turtle is about 5G. It would make about as much sense for his daughter to seek advice from that turtle about how to go about picking out a new car than it does about her asking a guy who was born during the Truman Administration.
Speaking of that daughter- that's a pretty substantial house she seems to be living in. There's pretty solid evidence here that she kind of knows what she's doing. She's thirty-five years old and she's living on her own. She can probably manage to buy a freaking car. Especially since she's Sarah Levy, a successful actor in her own right. So really- this is kind of dumb. Which, considering how I usually view commercials, is actually pretty high praise.