Pay for motor vehicle salespeople varies depending on skills, experience and the dealership you work for.
Commissions can vary depending on the dealership you work for and how often you meet or exceed sales targets. Most motor vehicle salespeople earn at least 10% commission, and also get a company car and fuel costs.
Source : Automotive Employment NZ, 2016.
This information is a guide only. )
What you will do
Motor vehicle salespeople may do some or all of the following :
Skills and knowledge
Motor vehicle salespeople need to have knowledge of :
Motor vehicle salespeople :
There are no specific entry requirements to become a motor vehicle salesperson, but a driver's licence is usually required.
Motor vehicle salespeople can learn skills through on-the-job training.
There are no specific secondary education requirements to become a motor vehicle salesperson. However, NCEA Level 1 English and maths may be useful.
Motor vehicle salespeople need to be :
Useful experience for motor vehicle salespeople includes :
Motor vehicle salespeople need to have a neat and tidy appearance.
Motor vehicle salespeople who have their own car dealerships need to be registered on the Motor Vehicle Traders Register (MVTR).