360 Degree Perspective of the European Automotive Aftermarket

Capitalizing on Growth in Eastern Europe and Aging Vehicles

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This research service presents a 360 Degree Perspective of the automotive aftermarket in Europe. This market is expected to exhibit a steady compound annual growth rate from 2013 to 2020, driven by rising vehicles in operation in Eastern Europe and the increasing average vehicle age in Western Europe. The market is expected to diversify with the entry of new competitors. This research service includes findings produced by Frost & Sullivan’s automotive aftermarket team over the past 3 years, as well as from additional 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 and conclusions.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Distributor Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationWhat is a 360 Analysis?Product/System SegmentationProduct Definitions and SegmentationVehicle Segmentation Market OverviewAutomotive Aftermarket—Top Trends 2013Aftermarket Top TrendsAftermarket Top Trends (continued)Aftermarket Top Trends (continued)Mergers and AcquisitionsAftermarket RoadmapDemand AnalysisAutomotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in Operation ForecastVehicles in Operation by BrandAverage Annual UseVehicles in Operation by AgeAverage Vehicle Age by CountryDrivers and Restraints—Total Automotive AftermarketDrivers and RestraintsAftermarket DriversDrivers ExplainedAftermarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedTotal Market Outlook—EuropeEurope Manufacturer-level Revenue and VIO by Key CountriesTotal Automotive Aftermarket Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Revenue Forecast by CountryRevenue Forecast by CountryRevenue Forecast by Product SegmentRevenueForecast by Top CategoriesEurope—Distribution Channels Distribution Channel Analysis by CountryEurope—Aftermarket Part Distribution FlowEurope—IAM Service and Repairs Distribution ChannelsEurope—Service Channel Analysis DiscussionEurope—Service Channel DiscussionEurope—Service Channel Discussion (continued)Key Franchise and Marketing Systems by OEMs and OESTop European Warehouse Distributors Legislative ChangesGrowth of eRetailing and the Internet as a Distribution ChannelKey Parts eRetailers and Marketplaces in the European AftermarketGermany AnalysisGermany Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationGermany Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandGermany—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsGermany—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionFrance AnalysisFrance Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationFrance Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandFrance—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsFrance—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionSpain AnalysisSpain Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationSpain Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandSpain—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsSpain—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionItaly AnalysisItaly Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationItaly Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandItaly—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsItaly—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionUnited Kingdom AnalysisUK Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationUK Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandUK—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsUK—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionRussia AnalysisRussia Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationRussia Automotive Aftermarket—VIO by Type and BrandRussia—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsRussia—Percent of Revenue Share by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel DiscussionRest of Europe AnalysisRest of Europe Automotive Aftermarket—Vehicles in OperationRest of Europe—Revenue Forecast by Product SegmentsConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedCountry AbbreviationsLearn More—Next StepsPlanned 2014 ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology




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