Car Saleswoman Marketing

How often do you run into a car sales woman? Not too often it's sad to say.

The field of selling cars for a living has been dominated by men since the beginning of car sales and it's time for a change. I know many women in the business and they make great car saleswomen, F & I Managers, Sales Managers and yes, even General Managers. Maybe it's the stigma that goes along with being a car salesman the holds back some women from entering a career in car sales or maybe it's common misconception that men make better car sales people. Whatever it is it's time to cast aside those old beliefs from the past and get some women selling cars and other automobile sales careers.

You Should Be a Car Sales Woman

It is said that women are responsible for making many more car buying decisions than men, so wouldn't it make sense to have more women selling cars. I have run into female car buyers before that only want to work with a car sales woman because they feel more comfortable talking to and dealing with another woman. Think about that for a second, if a woman has the courage to say she only wants to work with a woman car sales person there must be many more that would never say it, but would also like to be taken care of by a car saleswoman.

Why a Car Saleswoman - Women Selling Cars

To be a professional car salesman or car saleswoman and make a six figure income there are many skills and talents that are needed. One of these talents is to get your car buyer to open up to you and talk. You need to find their reasons and true motivation for buying a car and you won't be able to do that if you can't get them to open up to you. You also need to make your customer feel comfortable making a big purchase and we all know that if they don't feel comfortable they won't pull the trigger. A good car saleswoman may even have advantage in this area because the car buying public does not see the woman car sales person as a threat as much as they do men. They are more prone to talk and open up to a women selling cars than they are to a car salesman. Once you can get them to open up and start talking they will tell you how to sell them a car.

Don't get me wrong here a good car salesman can get close to a customer, but a good car sales woman may have a slight advantage. We all know that being a successful car salesman or car saleswoman is not for everyone and it takes much more than being male or female. However, I believe that skill and experience levels being equal women selling cars may have a slight advantage when it comes to selling automobiles and prospecting. Don't get mad at me guys, I am just calling it like it see it.

Professional women car salesmanI always use the term car salesman throughout this blog and if you read the book about selling cars, but I want you ladies to know that even though this is not considered a car saleswoman blog you should think of it as one. Women can have a great career in sales as a car sales woman if you are willing to jump in and start selling some cars. Get the Car Salesman guide for women selling cars to learn car sales techniques and car sales tips so you too can earn a six figure income selling cars too!

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Lori F · February 25 at 5:17 pm

I am a car sales woman doing 15 cars a month in the slow months- in a small dealership. Love selling and working with folks. I am a student of the greats. I train on my own and work every day.

All my managers are men. I want to start desking deals, driving trades, and help my staff close deals.

Any suggestions how I can prepare and make this move to the next level now, today?

Thank you.

KB · September 11 at 1:51 pm

Hi Alyssa,

Finding the right dealership will be the key.

That's all you need to get started on a profitable career.

Best of Luck


KB · September 11 at 12:01 pm

Hi A.Lynn

Great job and congrats.

I hope you can work something out with your dealership, that is the only thing I can think of at this point.

Best of Luck

A.Lynn · September 8 at 3:22 pm

I have been in the car business for 4 years. The first 3 1/2 doing floor and Internet Sales. My clients love me since I am not pushy and follow the steps to the sale while making them comfortable, in comparison to most men.I was moved into a Business Development Management position for 6 months, But recently have been put back to the Sales department, so conviently around the time of finding out that I am expecting my third child and I am lucky enough to have a clientel that allows me to work a more family oriented schedule. But I am worried about being pregnant and still maintaining my income. Any suggestions?

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