2020 Vision of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket

2020 Vision of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Headed Toward Consolidation in the Future

RELEASE DATE
11-Jul-2013
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: P744-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU01219-AP-MR_17597

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This research service presents the 2020 vision for the automotive aftermarket in Australia. This market is expected to exhibit a steady CAGR during 2012–2020 driven by increased demand for accessories. The market is expected to become consolidated in the future as scale becomes a key factor for profitability. This research service is a compilation of findings published by Frost & Sullivan’s automotive aftermarket team over the past three years from primary and secondary data sources. It gives a strategic analysis of vehicles in operation, and provides parts, service, distribution channel, and OES channel analyses as well as regulatory influences, technology trends, key company profiles, conclusions and future outlook, and appendix.

Table of Contents

Automotive Aftermarket—Retail Aftermarket Parts Revenues

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Executive Summary—Key Findings (continued)

Aftermarket Parts Revenue

Top Aftermarket Distributors

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Structure

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study Will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Research Methodology (continued)

What is a 360º Analysis?

Vehicle Classifications

Key Distributor/Service Groups Compared in this Study

Definitions

Automotive AftermarketTop Trends, 2012

AutomotiveTop Trends

Automotive Aftermarket Top Trends (continued)

Automotive Aftermarket Top Trends (continued)

Strengthening of Top Distributors

Automotive Aftermarket: Aftermarket Roadmap, Australia, 2005–2020

Vehicles in Operation (VIO) by Type

Vehicles in Operation by Brand

Passenger Vehicles in Operation by Brand

Vehicles in Operation by Age

Average Passenger Vehicle Age

Average Light Commercial Vehicle Age

Average Annual Use

Conclusions—Vehicles in Operation Analysis

Parts Breakdown

Automotive Aftermarket—Retail Aftermarket Parts Revenues

Top Aftermarket Suppliers

Competitive Evaluation of Aftermarket Parts Categories

Australian Automotive Services Industry

Service Centers by

Vehicle Service Market Share in Australia

Top Australian Service Centre Chains

Competitive Evaluation of the

Australian Consumer Automotive Maintenance Behavior

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Structure

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Revenue Distribution

Aftermarket Wholesale and Retail Distribution Centers

Competitive Evaluation of Distribution

Trends in the OES Channel

New Car Warranties (from OEMs)

Statutory Versus Express Warranties

Automotive Aftermarket—Key Regulations

Automotive Aftermarket—Technology Applications

Automotive Aftermarket—Technology Applications (continued)

Top 5 Distributors and Market Share

Key Company Profiles—Repco Australia

Key Company Profiles—Supercheap Auto

Key Company Profiles—Auto One

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—Three Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Table of Acronyms Used

Table of Acronyms Used (continued)

Learn More—Next Steps

Relevant Research

Relevant Research (continued)

Market Engineering Methodology

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This research service presents the 2020 vision for the automotive aftermarket in Australia. This market is expected to exhibit a steady CAGR during 2012–2020 driven by increased demand for accessories. The market is expected to become consolidated in the future as scale becomes a key factor for profitability. This research service is a compilation of findings published by Frost & Sullivans automotive aftermarket team over the past three years from primary and secondary data sources. It gives a strategic analysis of vehicles in operation, and provides parts, service, distribution channel, and OES channel analyses as well as regulatory influences, technology trends, key company profiles, conclusions and future outlook, and appendix.
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Vijayendra Rao
Industries Automotive
WIP Number P744-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9801-A6,9AF6-A6