Aftermarket Market Research Reports

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
  1. 28 Jun 2024  |  Global  |  Market Research

    Replacement Brake Systems, LATAM, 2024 2030

    Replacement Brake Systems Driving Transformational Growth Due to Shifting Preferences in Passenger Vehicle Category

    This study covers the brake component aftermarket for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (class 1 to 3) in Latin America, specifically Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina, in terms of both volume/units and value/revenue. The analysis includes unit shipment and revenue by automotive brake subcategories (i.e., brake pads, brake rotors/discs, brak...

  2. 11 Jun 2024  |  Global  |  Market Outlook

    Global Automotive Aftermarket Outlook, 2024

    Rising Vehicle Ages, a Growing Average Annual Mileage, and an Expanding Vehicle Population Promise a Healthy Outlook in the Short Term

    In this research service, Frost & Sullivan has assessed the automotive aftermarket's performance for 2023 and identified various trends that influence demand for replacement parts, repairs, and maintenance. It has also examined qualitative and quantitative industry features. The study period is 2023 2028, with 2023 as the base year and 2024 2028...

  3. 22 May 2024  |  Europe  |  Market Research

    Growth Opportunities in the European Starter and Alternator Aftermarket, 2024 2030

    Remanufactured Starters and Alternators will Continue to Dominate Growth Opportunities

    This study considers growth opportunities in the European starter and alternator aftermarket for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. It forecasts demand for new and remanufactured starters and alternators and average manufacturer-level price (MLP) through 2030. The study also evaluates shares, distribution channels, and technology trends....

  4. 03 May 2024  |  Global  |  Market Outlook

    Global Medium and Heavy-duty Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket Outlook 2024

    Moderate Global GDP Growth will Affect Truck Usage Leading to a 4.3% Part Revenue Growth Opportunity

    This Frost & Sullivan's analysis of the 2024 global medium and heavy-duty (MD and HD) commercial vehicle aftermarket examines and forecasts for the 2023 2027 period, highlighting several types of parts in the aftermarket and its growth opportunities. This outlook features global coverage with a specific focus and analytics for North America, Lat...

  5. 26 Apr 2024  |  North America  |  Market Research

    Strategic Overview of Chinese EV OEMs Global Retail Approach

    Shift Toward Localized, Digital-first Retail Channels Drive Growth Opportunities

    As the electric vehicle (EV) industry evolves, Chinese EV OEMs are poised to enhance their dominance globally. Geographic expansion is becoming inevitable for most established Chinese EVs and start-up OEMs as competition intensifies in China s EV industry. This Frost & Sullivan analysis provides an overview of the global retail approaches of Chines...

  6. 29 Mar 2024  |  North America  |  Market Research

    Growth Opportunities for Private Label Programs in the Automotive Aftermarket, 2024 2030

    Suppliers and Distributors Likely to Transition to New Business Models with a Digital-first Strategy Centered on Sustainability and Accessible Price Points

    This research delves into the private labeling in the automotive component industry, focusing on passenger vehicle and light truck classes 1 3 in North America and classes A F (multi-purpose vehicles, sports utility vehicles, vans, pick-ups) in Europe with a focus on imports from best cost country (BCC) markets in Asia. Using a base year of 2023, t...

  7. 28 Mar 2024  |  North America  |  Market Research

    Growth Opportunities for eRetailing in the Automotive Aftermarket

    Emergence of the Online Channel in Mainstream Aftermarket to Catalyze Omnichannel Parts and Services Sales Globally

    The automotive aftermarket parts trade is undergoing an evolution, largely influenced by the adoption of digital technologies. By 2030, approximately $153 billion in parts and accessories will be sold from the online channel worldwide, which represents significant penetration in most regional markets. Frost & Sullivan has been conducting research o...

  8. 22 Jan 2024  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa  |  Market Research

    Growth Opportunities in the GCC Automotive Aftermarket

    Growth of Online Retailers and Service Aggregators and the Rise in Sales of New and Used Cars will Ensure Greater ROI & Margin

    This research examines the quantitative and qualitative aspects of the light vehicle aftermarket industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) by assessing industry performance and identifying the many trends that have an impact on the demand for aftermarket parts, repair, and maintenance. The research delves into a comprehensive examination of th...

  9. 12 Jan 2024  |  North America  |  Market Research

    Regulatory and Training Requirement Overview for EV Servicing Establishments in the Aftermarket, 2024

    Technicians Certified in Handling EV Systems and Components in Regulated Servicing Environments Will Be in High Demand

    This study examines the evolving landscape of electric vehicle (EV) servicing regulations and training across Europe (including 27 European Union countries and the United Kingdom), North America (the United States and Canada), and China. The study focuses on the period from 2023 to 2030 and analyses regional regulations and training standards for E...