Average Salary For Car Salesmen In South Africa

A Car Salesperson, or Auto Sales Representative, is responsible for selling cars, trucks, and vans for personal and commercial use. Their duties include meeting with customers to discuss their needs, promoting sales offers at their dealership, and participating in test drives with interested customers.


Below is a car salesman earn in South Africa

The average car sales executive’s salary in South Africa is R 198 000 per year or R 102 per hour.

Entry-level positions start at R 145 500 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 9 900 000 per year. R 198 000 a year is how much per month? R 16 500 a month is how much per hour?

How much does a BMW salesman make in South Africa?

The average BMW Group Sales Executive’s monthly pay in South Africa is approximately R 16 860, which is 28% above the national average.

What makes a car salesman?

Previous sales experience isn’t always required. Car salespeople rely on communication, negotiating, and people skills — these skills can be developed in a sales role or in a customer service role.

Experience working face-to-face with clients and customers (e.g., retail sales) will help you excel in this role.

Is a car salesman a good job?

In general, many car salespersons also report a pretty good work-life balance.

Even though their jobs might be stressful during busy periods of the year, they often come back home on time and also have plenty of leisure to spend on the things they like.

What are car salesman tricks?

1) The Hard Sell. This is the salesperson that simply won’t leave you alone.

2) Selling on Payment Instead of Price.

3) The Trade-In Trick.

4) Bad Information.

5) Hidden Fees.

6) The Waiting Game.

Now for the Good News.