Commercials in between your favorite television shows seem to only be trying to sell you their product. In addition, they use different logical fallacies to persuade you to buy whatever they are selling.
In this commercial for the Nissan LEAF the creators use an either/or fallacy. In the beginning everyday life is shown with the seemingly simple replacement of electricity with gas. The viewer before they know what the creator is trying to say already has the thought that everything running on gas in their head before the announcer even says anything. Then once the announcer says "Then again what if everything didn't" run on gas the viewer is convinced that this product is the right thing to choose.
The either/or statement usage in this commercial makes it seem like there are only to options destroying the environment by using gas to power everything or their new car. Overall, the creators of this commercial use the either/or fallacy to make the viewer think that their car is the only logic option because the creators do not present all of the options.