What It Means To Be A Car Salesman

As the SCV Car Guy, I know buying a new car can be stressful. It is a big purchase, the technology is always changing, and you are worried about the stereotypes attached to car salesmen. 

I make a point to help counteract the stereotypes that are common in the media we consume. My colleagues and I are all just people trying to make a living, and as with anything in life the process works better through cooperation.

As a car salesman, it is in my best interest to keep the customers happy. I don’t need to push a car you don’t need. My goal is to find the right car for you and your family. Whether you drive off in a $15,000 car or a $70,000 car I am glad you are happy with what you were looking for!

The truth is, the salesman can be EXTREMELY helpful to you when buying a car.... As such, it is beneficial to come into the process with an open mind. 

By being a polite customer you can help ensure your salesman wants to keep your business by showing they truly want what is best for you. They will be eager to work alongside you to find exactly what you are looking for.

One of the best ways to get the process going is to be honest, upfront, and polite. My job is to ask questions to best tailor your vehicle to you. The size of your family, the length of your average commute, your budget, and many other factors are important data points to help get a feel for what the perfect vehicle will be to keep you happy for years to come. 

By being nice to your salesman you are helping ensure they are giving you their best effort to aid you in your quest. They will go that extra mile to please you.

If you are looking to purchase a new vehicle then stop-by Valencia Acura, ask for the SCV Car Guy, and I will be more than happy to help answer any questions you might have even if you don’t end up getting your vehicle from me. /

AND - Always a free SCV Car Guy gift when you visit me….

About The Author

Matt Randall, the SCV Car Guy, has been a resident of Santa Clarita for 29 years. Randall is very active in his community. He loves music and has been in a band called Three Feet Under with friends for 20 years. As a volunteer with the local YMCA he worked with kids in their Indian Guide program. He is putting his experience as a car salesman at Valencia Acura to work by helping Santa Clarita residents purchase the best new vehicles available.