Quote, originally posted by VeeDubDriver » Perhaps this will shed some light on the topic. If you work at a Toyota or Lexus store, you are probably selling more cars per month than say a Dodge store. In addition, Lexus probably sells cars with less of a discount than many makes, so I would venture to say that if you work at a Lexus store, you have the potential to do pretty well.
But how many salespeople does a Toyota store selling 1464 vehicles a year have? How many does a Dodge store selling 409 vehicles a year have? The Toyota store may sell 3.5 times as many vehicles, but if they have 3.5 times as many salespeople, that works out to the same number of vehicles sold per salesperson on average.