Car Sales For Dummies

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Car Sales For Dummies

car sales for dummies

    for dummies

  • For Dummies is an extensive series of instructional / reference books which are intended to present non-intimidating guides for readers new to the various topics covered.

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  • (Car Sale (Mechanics Liens)) Automobile put up for sale to fulfill debt of repairs or storage

car sales for dummies – Sales Closing

Sales Closing for Dummies
Sales Closing for Dummies
Without the close, there is no sale. Pretty obvious, right? Yet, for many salespeople, closing is the most baffling and elusive part of the selling process. All too often, salespeople meet qualified clients and charm them with an eloquent presentation, only to see the sale mysteriously slip from between their fingers in the end. Which is sad when you consider all the hard work – the prospecting, preparation, planning, and practice – done for the sake of a moment of truth that never arrives. Fortunately, closing is an art that can be mastered, and now Sales Closing For Dummies shows you how.
Packed with powerful principles that can help you become a top-producing salesperson, Sales Closing For Dummies is the ultimate guide to mastering that most mysterious part of the selling equation. Tom Hopkins, the legendary sales genius who, by age 30 was the nation’s leading real-estate trainer, demystifies closing and shows what it takes to be a champion closer, including how to:
Lead a sale without being pushy
Read the signs of an interested potential buyer
Use questioning methods that close sales, time and again
Help clients feel good about their buying decisions
Keep your clients’ business and build their loyalty
Build long-term relationships and watch your sales grow
With the help of dozens of real-life examples from a wide cross section of industries, Tom shows why professional selling is about communication, not coercion. And he shares his considerable insight and experience on:
Verbal and visual buying cues and how to recognize them
Choosing the best location for closing
Addressing concerns and creating a sense of urgency
Time-tested tactics and strategies for ending customer procrastination, overcoming their fear, closing from a distance, and more
The ten biggest closing mistakes and how to avoid them
Add-on selling and other ways of getting your clients to help you to build your business
Featuring Tom’s Hopkins’ trademark “Red Flag” key points and situation scripts, this fun, easy-to-understand guide arms you with the hands-on tools and techniques you’ll need to become a world-class closer.

1921 Vintage Cars Rover 8

1921 Vintage Cars Rover 8
Unknown Bristol middle-class couple and their daughter in a Rover 8 motor car. The car’s full registration: MD6829.

The all new Rover 8 light car was designed by Jack Sangster largely before he joined Rover and was built in a new factory in Tyseley, Birmingham and driven to Coventry to have its body fitted. It was a great sales success for the company.

The air cooled, side valve, engine was a horizontal twin and was originally of 998 cc capacity but this increased to 1135 cc in 1923. The original engine had a peak output of 13 bhp (9.7 kW) at 2600 rpm.

Although there was a conventional looking radiator it was a dummy.

Cooling was supplied through air scoops on the side of the bonnet and it was rumoured that after hard driving at night the cylinder heads could be seen glowing red through them.

The three speed gearbox was in-unit with the engine and drove the rear wheels via a worm wheel type rear axle. A dynamo was belt driven from the propeller shaft. An electric starter was optional from 1923.

The chassis was conventional with quarter elliptic leaf springs all round.

Unusually for the time, rack and pinion steering was used. Brakes were fitted to the rear wheels only with a separate set of shoes for the handbrake.

The wheelbase was extended from 88 to 94 inches (2,400 mm) in 1924 to allow genuine four seat bodies to be offered including a fabric four seat saloon.

Open two and four seat bodies were usual but some closed 2 seat coupes were also made from 1923 as well as light commercials.

The car cost GBP230 in 1919 reducing to GBP139 in 1925.

It was capable of reaching 45 mph (72 km/h) and returning 45 miles per gallon (imperial).

The Rover 8 was made under licence in Germany, with a slightly larger engine, by Peter and Morritz between 1921 and 1923. Jack Sangster would later become chairman of BSA.

Lotus Exige Police Car

Lotus Exige Police Car
This is a Lotus Exige Police car built by Dream Machine (Lotus/TVR dealer} for Sussex Police,
It was intended to be used to promote road safety and never used an an official Police car.

It was up for sale, but would have the graphics removed along with the dummy Blue lights.

car sales for dummies

car sales for dummies

Buying a Car for Dummies
Buying a car is never easy. Besides spending a sizeable amount of money on this investment, your liveliness probably relies on this vehicle. You need to know that your car will get you from point A to point B in a timely and safe manner—so buying a lemon is not something you can afford to do.
Buying A Car For Dummies is for you if you need to find out how to buy, sell, insure, drive, protect, or rent a vehicle. It doesn’t matter how old you are (as long as you can legally drive and have a license), this book can make your experience with cars a smooth ride.
Buying A Car For Dummies can help you save a truckload of money over the life of your vehicle as you find out all you need to know about new and used car ownership in this entertaining and informative reference guide. This dependable book covers all avenues of buying and owning a car, from negotiating a fair price to finding reliable insurance to saving money on routine servicing. You’ll stay in the driver& #8217;s seat as you discover how to:
Calculate how much you current car really costs you
Weigh the pros and cons of buying new or used
Get the best trade-in, resale, or donation value for your vehicle
Pick out a cherry and avoid lemons—expert advice for buying a reliable used car
Determine what features and options you really need in a new car
Get the straight scoop on financing or leasing your car
Find an insurance policy and company you can trust
Protect your automotive assets—from steering wheel locks to full-blown security systems
With Buying A Car For Dummies as your guide, you can park you fears, frustrations, and anxieties as you discover how to decide between buying or leasing new wheels, how to negotiate with car dealers, how to foil car thieves and carjackers, how to protect yourself in a breakdown or accident, and how to protect your automotive assets with insurance, warranties, and service contracts. Plus, the book features a list of ten great automotive Web sites for pricing information, ratings, industry news, diagnostic troubleshooting, and more.