If I decide to sell cars, what should i sell (new vs. used) and what type of dealership would you suggest?
I'm thinking about getting a job selling cars and want to know the best place to start as a beginner? Used cars, new cars? A large dealership or a small? I'm thinking new car sales due to needing to know my product and I'm also thinking a large dealership would be better due to all their exposure ie, advertising? Like I said this is just what I think and would appreciate your input as an experienced sales consultant.
Asked By: Lisa M - 2/6/2008
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I am not really a car salesman but I buy and sell cars on ebay and I also thought about becoming a salesman for a dealership so I will offer you my thoughts based on that... More
Answered By: walyank - 2/6/2008
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Large dealerships have both new and used cars on their lots, but it's best to work in the used car department because you actually make more commission off used cars rather than new ones. If someone is trading in their car then you can play with the price with that and the used car- so you overall make more money with... More
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