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I have been working at AutoNation full-time (less than an year)Pros
I work as a sales consultant for autonation Nissan. I have to admit , autonation has the most extensive training I have ever seen. They teach you how to make money on car deals, but still make it fair for the customer. It's great for someone that is new to the business . They are also a bit more open about time off than other dealerships(vantuyl, etc)Cons
Depending in who is running the store, a lot of times things aren't explained for you. The training is good for the actual sale process, but as far as ins and outs... This are things that need to be learned specific for the dealership. When I started, all the desk managers expected you to know how to do everything. When you didn't, you would get yelled at in front of everyone(including the customer. One time I had a desk manager get up and leave when I was trying to get a price menu because I didn't know the dealer ads on the car. This would have been fine, except another manager said that everything is already loaded in the computer.
So much inconsistency.
Again this is only specific to my store.
Also autonation only pays 1-5% on the back end. Van Tuyl pays 15%Advice to ManagementAdvice
Control your temper. Don't act like every question is such an inconvenience.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO