I worked at Toyota Of Nashua full-time (Less than a year)
- Entry level training to get you started in the world of sales
- A nice CRM to keep in touch with previous customers and keep your leads organized.
- Potential to make a very good amount of money with a very minimal skill set
- Definite room for advancement, you just need to be able to sell.
- This is a sales job, the hours can be long.
- Sales training should go way more in-depth than it did.
- Employees do not like assisting others.
Advice to Management
- A way to track vehicles in inventory for us to see whats been sold, without having to ask a manager. Internet is outdated.
- Price Coding on used vehicles should represent the retail value of the vehicle before any discounts. I quoted used vehicles many times using the code and then the manager said not to do that, because the price they want to start with is different then whats on the vehicle.
- Customers come in to the dealership expecting to negotiate on internet pricing just like they would on full retail pricing, even after explaining the discount.
I applied online. I interviewed at Toyota Of Nashua (Nashua, NH) in May 2017.
They had an initial interview scheduled where you met with the recruiter and went over your experience, why you want to be in sales. The recruiter is approaching this as a sales pitch, their job is to sell you on the dealership and the opportunities it can provide.
Your job is to sell them on your ability to contribute to the dealership in the role you're applying for.
After initial interview there was a 2 day crash course on the car sales process. Then your training began at a later date that was more in-depth.
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