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. 07 Apr 2021  |  Asia Pacific

    Paradigm Shift in the Asia-Pacific Automotive Spare Parts Distribution and Retail Landscape

    Vertical Integration, Disintermediation, and the Digitalization of Distribution Channels are Driving a Systemic Overhaul of the Spare Parts Distribution Business

    The automotive spare parts distribution and retail industry in Asia-Pacific is highly fragmented, and numerous participants compete for customers attention. This Frost & Sullivan study offers a detailed and comprehensive discussion of 8 key markets; it has also identified the top distributors and retailers that command a strong position in each of ...

  2. 20 Dec 2018  |  Asia Pacific

    Strategic Overview of Automotive Aftermarket in Russia, Forecast to 2024

    Parts Replacement Revenue to Grow at a CAGR of 6.4% by 2024

    This research study provides the growth prospects for the Russian automotive aftermarket, covering the Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of volume (million units) and value (€ million). The base year for analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018–2024. It includes analyses of vehicles in operation, new and used vehicle sales, and pa...

  3. 18 Dec 2018  |  Asia Pacific

    Chinese Automotive Aftermarket, Forecast to 2025

    Automotive Aftermarket Revenue Estimated to Reach $523.80 Billion by 2025

    Chinese automotive aftermarket revenue* (including automotive parts, insurance, used cars, automotive beauty and accessories, and miscellaneous services) is expected to record a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.7%, increasing from $290.44 billion in 2017 to $523.80 billion in 2025. During this period, the vehicles in operation (VIO) for Chin...

  4. 19 Sep 2018  |  Asia Pacific

    Australian Automotive Aftermarket Trends, 2018

    Consolidation of Large Distributors Leads to the Evolution of a Two-step Channel

    The Australian automotive aftermarket parts distribution is witnessing a steady growth; Australia has some of the leading Original Equipment Suppliers (OES) who are continuously on the lookout for establishing their mark in the region’s aftermarket space with mergers and acquisitions in the region. Frost & Sullivan explores Australian aftermarket...

  5. 01 Aug 2018  |  Asia Pacific

    Indonesia Malaysia and Thailand Car Parc Database, Forecast to 2022

    Thailand to Remain Country with the Highest Vehicle Parc in ASEAN between 2018 and 2022

    Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand Car Parc Database is an excel based study which presents trends in the total car parc in the 3 countries for 2010-2022. With several factors supporting automotive industry growth, ASEAN has emerged as one of the largest car markets globally. This study indicates that ASEAN car parc is expected to see a positive gro...

  6. 18 May 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    Franchising in the Chinese Automotive Aftermarket, Forecast to 2022

    Automotive Aftermarket Revenue Forecasted to Reach $281.8 Billion by 2022

    The Chinese automotive aftermarket is likely grow at a strong pace in the next few years from 2017 to 2022. By 2022, it is forecasted that the revenue of the Chinese automotive aftermarket $281.8 billion. Currently, the average age of vehicles exceeds the warranty period (0–3 years). In 2015, the average age of vehicle in operation was 3.3 years....

  7. 18 May 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    2017 ASEAN Value for Money Database

    Japanese brands offer highest value for money across ASEAN

    The ASEAN Value for Money Database gives a detailed overview of the value for money offered to customers by the top vehicle models in each of the key ASEAN markets of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand in 2016. It offers detailed information on the price of each of the model variant, along with the highest sales volumes, cost of parts, cost of labo...

  8. 04 Apr 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    Engine Oil Aftermarket, Malaysia, Forecast to 2021

    Increasing New Vehicle Sales and a Growing Number of Vehicles in Operation Likely to Continuously Drive Overall Market Growth

    The Malaysian engine oil aftermarket is likely to grow from 50.9 million liters in 2015 to 89.4 million liters by 2021 for both passenger vehicle and light commercial truck segments, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.8%. The number of vehicles in operation (ViO) will increase from a total of 5.6 million units in 2015 to 6.9 millio...

  9. 30 Mar 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    Engine Oil Aftermarket Size in Vietnam, 2015–2021

    Stable New Vehicle Sales and Vehicles in Operation are Likely to Enhance the Engine Oil Aftermarket Activity in Vietnam towards 2021

    The Vietnamese engine oil aftermarket, comprising passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles is likely to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.6% between 2015 and 2021, growing from 2.6 million liter in 2015 to 4.1 million liter by 2021. Both new vehicle sales and vehicles in operation are expected to experience rapid growth. New ve...

  10. 04 Jan 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    ASEAN Car Parc Database, 2016

    Indonesia to Replace Thailand as the Country with the Highest Vehicle Parc in ASEAN by 2019

    This research service presents a database of the car parc in the key ASEAN automotive markets of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. The database discusses scenarios of the number and type of cars and pickups in each segment from 2000 to 2020. The database offers segment-wise new vehicle sales from 2000 to 2014 and annual growth in new vehicles in t...