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If you are interested in an exciting auto sales career where you can sell affordable cars to people the right way? Matching the right car with the right person, helping people and having a good time doing it? You can start your career in new and used Automobile Sales immediately. Change your life TODAY simply by purchasing your copy of, “You Can and Should Sell Cars.”

This book has launched the successful careers of thousands of automobile sales people at car dealers across the country. From budget auto sales lots selling inexpensive older cars to Chevrolet, Toyota, Honda, Lexus, BMW, Audi dealerships and more.

This step-by-step book, in print since 1989, is nearly 170 pages jam-packed with everything you need to know to begin a career in automobile sales. You can sell old cars, new cars, used cars, preowned cars, muscle cars, rental cars and even classics when you start your sales career.
This HOW-TO Training Manual starts with an in-depth look at the main ingredients to succeed at anything in life -- attitude and goals. From there it runs you right down the road to a sale. You'll learn how to introduce yourself to customers, present automobiles, and negotiate prices. You'll learn about the internet, car sales tax, discount auto sales and lots more!

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ISBN: 9781458140906
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