Increasing global vehicle population, connectivity trends and changing vehicle technology are creating strong disruptive forces within automotive aftermarket. As a result, this historically stable automotive vertical is rapidly transforming itself, creating both challenges and opportunities for existing and new stakeholders.
Frost & Sullivan’s Global Automotive Aftermarket program area takes a 360-view of the industry, examining and analyzing product, geographic, technological, and business trends covering the entirety of the market. Key areas that the program explores are:
- OES and aftermarket distribution
- Replacement product trends
- Emerging business models such as eretailing, telematics, connected services etc.
- Country and region level aftermarket trends
- Competitive part pricing trends and analytics
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17 Mar 2020  |  Global
C.A.S.E Related Applications to Influence Newer Investments Across Most Markets, Leading to a Rise in Aftermarket Demand
The aim of this study is to identify the size of the global automotive parts and services aftermarket and its growth opportunities in 2020. The study provides detailed analysis of key trends influencing the aftermarket, market revenues of major part categories, ownership behavior of customers, and also identifying major opportunity areas for differ...
09 Mar 2020  |  North America
Aging Vehicle Parc and Rising Number of Continuously Variable Transmissions are Expected to be Key Drivers of Revenue Growth
This study covers an analysis of the Class 1–3 vehicle replacement transmissions aftermarket in terms of volume (in Million units) and value ($ Million) across the United States and Canada. It discusses the unit shipments, revenue, average price, and distribution channel share for 3 replacement categories: remanufactured, rebuilt, and used. It a...
06 Mar 2020  |  North America
Vehicle Complexity Driving Migration to More Advanced Diagnostics Devices
The proliferation of new car features, including advanced driver assistance systems, telematics/infotainment modules, and alternative powertrains, requires automotive repair shops to continually invest in new handheld diagnostic tools that can read the latest vehicle fault codes. Without up-to-date tools, service providers in the automotive afterma...
24 Feb 2020  |  Global
One in Ten Parts Sold in the Automotive Aftermarket will be Through Online Sales by 2030
The aim of the study is to analyze and estimate the adoption of eRetailing in the automotive aftermarket, deep diving into key markets and market participant activity. The study provides a complete analysis of market revenues and a 7-year forecast for online sales of parts across key global markets: North America, Latin America, Europe, and certai...
21 Jan 2020  |  Europe
European Passenger Car and Light Commercial Vehicle Replacement Brake Parts Aftermarket, Forecast to 2026
The Brake Pads Segment will be the Major Growth Driver for the Brake Parts Aftermarket
This study covers the European passenger car and light commercial vehicle replacement brake parts aftermarket. Unit shipment (million), revenue (€ million), average price, and distribution channel share are discussed for five product types, namely, brake pads, brake rotors, brake calipers, brake shoes, and brake drums. The base year is 2019 and t...
07 Jan 2020  |  Europe
Stable Demand Forecast, With Price Increases in the Premium Filter Category
This report covers passenger car and light commercial vehicle filter aftermarket, in terms of volume (in million units) and value (€ million) across the EU 28. It discusses unit shipment, revenue, average price, and distribution channels of the four product types: cabin air filter, air intake filter, oil filter, and fuel filter. The base year is ...
09 Dec 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Automotive Aftermarket Revenue to Grow at a CAGR of 6.7% between 2018 and 2025
This study covers Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of value ($ million) across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The base year for the analysis is 2018 and the forecast period is 2019 to 2025. This research compiles findings from various reports published by Frost & Sullivan in the last two years. The study includes analyses of new vehicl...
08 Nov 2019  |  North America
Investments in Aftersales Networks are Aimed at the Ambitious Plan of Reducing Warranty Costs by 50% and Servicing Multi-brand Vehicles
In 2013-14, PSA ended its joint venture with General Motors. Thereafter, the aim was to improve operating margins and revenue by 2015-16, and PSA was 'Back in the Race'. It achieved margins above and beyond the targets it had set for itself and chalked out a strategy for the next 6 years called 'Push to Pass'. Push to Pass’ goal was to ride the...
03 Oct 2019  |  North America
Retailers and Distributors to Compete on Private Labels and Venture into Online-to-offline (O2O) Hybrid Retail
The retail-distribution segment in the North American automotive parts aftermarket comprises four main retailers and distributors, namely, AutoZone, Advance Auto Parts, National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA), and O’Reilly Auto Parts. In addition, it also has distributors and mass merchants, such as the Canadian Tire Corporation, Inc., Uni-S...
23 Aug 2019  |  North America
North American Engine Management Sensors and Engine Control Unit (ECU) Aftermarket, Forecast to 2025
Oxygen Sensors Aftermarket that Contributed 54.4% of Sensor Revenue in 2018 is Likely to Witness Revenue Growth of $378 Million by 2025
This study covers the Class 1–3 advanced engine management components aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value ($ billion) across North America. It discusses unit shipment, revenues, average price, distribution channels, and market shares. The base year for this analysis is 2018 and the forecast period is from 2019 to 2025. Th...