Global Automotive Aftermarket Outlook, 2016

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Global vehicles in operation will increase sharply over the 2016–2020 period, driving new opportunities for light vehicle parts and service providers. This research compiles findings from various deliverables published over the past two years. It covers growth prospects for the global automotive aftermarket in North America, Europe, China, India, and Latin America. The research includes vehicles in operation analysis, revenue forecasts, and top parts, and service providers by region. It also includes an analysis of Mega Trends impacting the global automotive aftermarket, with a specific focus on electronic parts retailing. Conclusions and future outlook are presented for each region.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Highlights of 20152016–2017 Aftermarket Industry Senior Management Top-of-Mind IssuesExecutive Summary—Top 6 Predictions of 2016Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyDefinitionsResearch Aim and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyGlobal Aftermarket OverviewKey Aftermarket Trends in 2016Key Aftermarket Trends in 2016 (continued)Global Light Vehicles in Operation Global Aftermarket Revenue Market Size PotentialGlobal Aftermarket—Growth Opportunity AnalysisAftermarket Outlook—Regions With Uncertain Fortunes in 2016Top IAM Participants—GlobalGlobal Aftermarket Outlook—New Entrants and Disruptive ModelsParts eRetailing Key Transformative Trends Across RegionsAutomotive Aftermarket—eRetailing PenetrationService Aggregators’ Geographical Presence2016 Key Focus Area—Technology in Service BayAftermarket Outlook—Emerging Technologies in the BayAftermarket Outlook—Trends Impacting Vehicle Service Aftermarket Outlook—Future Service Delivery ModelsAftermarket Outlook—Garage of TomorrowNorth American Automotive AftermarketRegional Outlook—USRegional Outlook—CanadaNorth America—Aftermarket Dashboard Vehicles in Operation—North AmericaVehicles in Operation—North America (continued)Aftermarket Parts Revenue—North AmericaAutomotive Aftermarket—Opportunity AreasEuropean Automotive AftermarketRegional Outlook—EU28Regional Outlook—RussiaEurope—Aftermarket Dashboard Vehicles in Operation—EuropeVehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, EuropeAftermarket Parts Revenue—EuropeAutomotive Aftermarket—Opportunity AreasChinese Automotive AftermarketRegional Outlook—ChinaChina—Aftermarket Dashboard Vehicles in Operation—ChinaVehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, ChinaAftermarket Parts Revenue—ChinaAutomotive Aftermarket—Opportunity AreasLatin American Automotive AftermarketRegional Outlook—Latin AmericaLatin America—Aftermarket Dashboard Vehicles in Operation—Latin AmericaVehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, Latin AmericaAftermarket Parts Revenue—Latin AmericaAutomotive Aftermarket—Opportunity AreasIndia Automotive AftermarketRegional Outlook—IndiaIndia—Aftermarket Dashboard Vehicles in Operation—IndiaVehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, IndiaAftermarket Parts Revenue—IndiaAutomotive Aftermarket—Opportunity AreasRest of the World Automotive AftermarketAftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Parts Type, ASEANAftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Parts Type, AustraliaAftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Country, GCC Aftermarket Opportunity Area—AfricaKey Conclusion and Future OutlookKey Conclusion and 2016 OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedPlanned 2016 ResearchPlanned 2016 Research (continued)

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