Car Sale Dilemmas
||By Anna Finger
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A good salesman should have a vast knowledge of the product he is selling and must be thoroughly convinced of the product's superior qualities before
embarking on a sales blitz. Car salesmen for example should research the pertinent details of the car- its mileage, its engine, the horsepower, the
braking system or perhaps the inflatable safety bags. These are features and performance standards that prospective buyer's usually like to discuss.
But more importantly, it is the salesman's savvy in dealing with a buyer that would eventually close a deal?
For used cars, the task is extremely hard
because one needs to cope with impressions on the type, the year model, the defects encountered, the past performance and even the interior trims.
Usually buyers have developed a pre-conceived notion on a particular car and model; to change his impression would really be taxing and almost
impossible. But when you take it in to be quickly traded for fast cash, you don't have to worry about any of the above ideas. To lessen the load of
selling a used car, here are some tips that might come in handy. Buyers are normally conscious of the external appearance of the car, so always
maintain a shiny sheen on the car body's paintwork and apply wax if necessary. The interior of the car must be kept clean, free from the usual clutter
and must smell good too.
Most tests require cars to be raised on a hydraulic lifter. The idea is to check the under chassis or underbelly of the car and look for rotting body
frames, rattling tie rod-ends, damaged suspension, engine supports, oil leaks in the engine, transmission, gear box or even the exhaust pipe system.
All of these issues will have to be addressed properly in order to convince buyers of the cars integrity. Some buyers with technical backgrounds may
opt to open the hood to look at the engine, perhaps pull the oil stick; open the radiator plug or the clutch and brake-fluid levels and also assess the
general appearance of the engine, before pertinent questions about performance are asked. If the buyer is not satisfied with the look, it would indicate
poor care and maintenance on the car. On the other hand, if the buyer opts to test drive the car, most likely, you are 50% away from closing the deal.
test drive should be a worthwhile experience, all rubber pads and seals should have been replaced to avoid creaking noises on the road. Other questions
regarding handling capabilities, the reliability of the braking system, the availability of parts or after sales repairs are already telltale signs of a
done deal. Do you honestly have time for all this? Millions of people today can hardly find enough time for themselves. We have a solution for you. Check
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