François Gravel is marketing representative at Arbour Volkswagen for 30 years. Antoine Joubert and Germain Goyer have received on the issue of The Guide of the auto on QUB Radio to tell his story frankly particular.
After having recounted with emotion his first contact with the German mark, Mr. Gravel has attempted to explain his loyalty to the same brand and same dealer, even though we know very well that staff movements are many in this community. “This is a couple and you need to believe. I have had occasional differences with my administration when I didn’t agree with some points […]. It is not necessary to take the disputes as proofs insurmountable. […] The secret to making a career, it is to be sitting at the same place. Choose a brand that you feel passionate about and that you love and when you have the passion, the rest, technically, should follow.”
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It is also with sadness that Mr. Gravel tells a business relationship that unites it with a client since its inception. “It’s called Jean-François. He is my oldest client. He has never met another seller of cars than me since he buys vehicles. I have sold the first Volkswagen in the mid 80’s.”
During this broadcast, Antoine Joubert and Germain Goyer have also discussed the Subaru Crosstrek 2021, the end of the Nissan NV and NV200, the date of arrival of the Ford F-150 electric and a Honda Civic Si 2000 sold more than 67 000$.
The two facilitators have also delivered their impressions on the Toyota Yaris and Lamborghini Urus.
To conclude the show, Anthony and Germain exchanged views on the current situation of the sedans of the u.s. in large format and in their future.
Don’t miss the broadcast of the Guide of the auto, every Saturday at 10am on QUB Radio.