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What’s New in Car Sales?

This is a new section here at CarSalesProfessional.com that will revolve around “What’s New” in the car business and what it means to us as professional car salespeople. I will try to cover major news items that will have an impact on our profession and what it might mean to you and me. The car business is changing at a speed that has never been seen before in history and in order to stay on the top it’s important to know what’s going on in our industry.

Car Sales and What's NewI will cover topics such as current news items, auto shows, trends and techniques that may have an impact on our way of life. We all spend a lot of time at the dealership and trying to wade through all the information is a difficult task. Whether you are a car saleswoman or car salesman you need to know what is going on when you are selling cars for a living.

I will include videos, photos, links and sources of information when appropriate for you so you can keep up and adapt, which is one of the things we do so well as a car sales professional.

If you any ideas for articles or posts please don’t hesitate to drop me a line or if you have any photos (sent via the submit page) or something that would be valuable to other salespeople in our industry drop me an email on the contact page.

As always thanks for stopping by.

Later, Fresh Up on the Lot

KB

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2 Responses to What’s New in Car Sales?

  1. KB December 29 at 7:57 pm #

    Hi Hasan,

    It can make things a little tough when carmakers make mistakes, but you have a good answer.

    You can tell the customer that as soon as the mistake was discovered the company set up a way to reimburse their customers for that mistake because they care about their customers. And then say: I sure you would want to buy a car from a company that cares about their customers, right? I know I would. So let me show you this car over here.

  2. Hasan November 14 at 6:25 pm #

    What happens when the car company had a major recall or like Hyundai and Kia have had to change the mpg on the morone sticker. How do we as a sales people address our customers concerns. It probably hurts one brand over the other and in turn our sales as well. What would you say about that?

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