Competitive Profiling of Mass Merchants and Warehouse Clubs in the Automotive Aftermarket

Business Transformation Led by Walmart and Costco will Push Auto Revenue to $22 Billion by 2022

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This strategic market insight covers the leading mass merchants and warehouse clubs in the North America automotive aftermarket. The scope includes Class 1-3 passenger vehicles in North America (the United States and Canada). The insight benchmarks mass merchants across various parameters. It also offers a detailed outlook of their financial overview, SWOT analysis, automotive highlights, and the future strategies that companies are likely to invest in over the next 3-5 years. Distribution channel analysis, location-based metrics, and revenue snapshots are some of the key details covered.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings, North America, 2012–2022
Channel Revenue Snapshot and Growth
Customer Preference for Mass Merchants
Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer, North America, 2015
Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer, North America, 2015, North America, 2012–2022
Emerging Strategy: Express Stores
Walmart
Canadian Tire
Future Aftermarket Scenarios
Competitive Benchmarking
Key Findings and Future Outlook, North America, 2012–2022
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Base Year
Study Period
Forecast Period
Vehicle Type
Geographic Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
3. Definitions and Segmentation
Definitions, North America, 2015
Key Aftermarket Competitor Groups
Vehicle Segmentation
4. Market Overview
Growth of Warehouse Clubs and Mass Merchants in the US Aftermarket
Warehouse Clubs and Mass Merchants
Growth Levers, North America, 2015–2022
Share of Locations
Revenue by Location
Automotive Revenue Snapshot for Key Participants
Mass Merchants—Location-based Revenue Analysis
Footprint and Revenue per Location Ranking, NA, 2015
Private Labels across Product Lines, NA, 2015
5. Vehicle Owner Attitude toward Mass Merchants and Warehouse Clubs
VOC Survey Methodology
Customer Preferences
Service Channels Used Recently
Service Channels Used over the Last Year
Brand Attributes Driving Channel Selection
Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer-Correspondence Map, North America, 2015
Purchase Channels of DIYers
6. Mass Merchant Profile—Walmart
Automotive Highlights
Key Strengths
Locations
Revenue
Revenue
Walmart Subsidiaries and the Auto Segment
Automotive Business Overview, North America, 2015
Walmart versus Amazon—e-commerce and Logistics Analysis, NA, 2015
SWOT Analysis
Walmart Future Strategy, NA, 2015
7. Mass Merchant Profile—Costco
Automotive Highlights
Costco Subsidiaries and the Auto Segment
Costco’s Auto Program and Revenue Stream, NA, 2015
Automotive Business Overview, North America, 2015
SWOT Analysis
Costco’s Future Strategy, NA, 2015
8. Mass Merchant Profile—Canadian Tire
Automotive Highlights
Canadian Tire Subsidiaries and the Auto Segment
Automotive Business Overview, North America, 2015
SWOT Analysis
Canadian Tire’s Future Strategy, NA, 2015
9. Mass Merchant Profile—Sam’s Club
Automotive Highlights
Sam’s Club and the Auto Segment
Sam’s Club Auto Dealership Business
Automotive Business Overview, North America, 2015
SWOT Analysis
Sam’s Club’s Future Strategy, NA, 2015
10. Conclusions and Future Outlook—Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, North America, 2015
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
11. Appendix
Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
Planned 2016 Research
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Competitive Benchmarking, North America, 2012–2022
2. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: VIO Forecast, North America, 2012–2022
3. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Vehicle Segmentation, North America, 2015
4. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Revenue by Location, NA, 2015


1. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Channel Revenue Snapshot, US, 2015
2. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Warehouse Clubs and Superstore Mass Merchants Revenue, US, 2012–2022
3. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Revenue by Distribution Channel, US, 2015
4. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Share of Locations—Warehouse Clubs and Mass Merchants, US, 2012–2022
5. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Revenue per Unit Location, US, 2012–2022 Warehouse Clubs CAGR 2015–2022
6. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Revenue Split by Global, Regional, and Automotive Segment, North America, 2015
7. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer-Total Sample: Service Channels Used Recently, North America, 2015
8. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer-Segments: Service Channels Used over the Last Year, North America, 2015
9. Total Automotive Aftermarket Mass Merchants Profiling: Voice of Customer-Purchase Channels of DIYers, North America, 2015



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