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CARite Hiring Automotive Sales, Service and Financing



We didn’t like the car buying experience. So we started a dealership group.  Our purpose is to provide better cars, a better experience and peace of mind to all CARite customers, regardless of their credit history.  We can only deliver on this mission with great employees committed to our DRIVE values (Determination, Respect, Integrity, Vision, Empathy). You'll find wonderful people working here, motivated only to help you with your purchase. In addition, our prices are highly competitive with a focus on providing you with true value. No traditional sales people. Zero haggling. Great dealerships. Awesome products. We could go on... Bottom line: We're not here to sell you anything, we're just here to help you buy a Better Car!

We currently have openings in Automotive Sales, Service, and Financing.  For example, our Customer Experience Guides and Business Development Center Reps assist our shoppers with evaluating our vehicle inventory and financing options, providing an amazing client experience.  We also employ some of the best Automotive Service Technicians in Metro Detroit, providing them with a supportive workplace where they can fine tune their skills and work on a variety of newer makes and models.


Positions available: Automotive Sales, Service and Financing

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