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
We work closely with the key OEMs, Tier-1 suppliers, distributors/retailers, financial institutions and market disruptors and capture/highlight all emerging trends that will shape and transform this industry. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement.
North America Category Management Report—Replacement Demand Analysis for Class 6-8 Selected Emission Control and Aftertreatment Components Aftermarket, Forecast to 2024
Strict Emission Mandates and OEM Emphasis on Selective Catalytic Reductions (SCRs) will Continue to Fuel a Segment High CAGR of 13% from 2017 to 2024
Region : North AmericaThis report covers the Class 6-8 vehicles exhaust aftertreatment aftermarket in terms of volume (in Million units) and value ($ Billion) across the United States and Canada. It discusses unit shipments, revenue average price, distribution channel share, and market share. The base year for this analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is from 2018 t...
Marginal Revenue Growth to Drive the Market Over $1 Billion During the Forecast Period
Region : North AmericaThe North American automotive HVAC components aftermarket is expected to show marginal growth in unit shipment in the coming years. Increase in Vehicles in Operation (VIO), coupled with rising average vehicle age and adverse climatic conditions will be the major drivers for the growth of unit shipment during the forecast period. This study covers e...
Aftermarket Parts Replacement Revenue is Expected to Reach $28.98 Billion by 2025
Region : North AmericaThe goals of the study are to analyze the North American medium and heavy duty (Class 4–8) commercial vehicles (CV) aftermarket and to project this market’s future outlook and the opportunities it offers to different participants in the value chain. The study discusses the impact of various factors based on economic, legislative, operational, ...
Parts Replacement Revenue to Grow at a CAGR of 2.3% between 2017 and 2025
Region : North AmericaThis study covers the Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value ($ million) across Canada. The base year for the analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2025. This research compiles findings from various reports published by Frost & Sullivan over the past two years. The study includes analyses of ve...
Parts Replacement Revenue to Grow at a CAGR of 6.4% by 2024
Region : Asia PacificThis 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...
Automotive Aftermarket Revenue Estimated to Reach $523.80 Billion by 2025
Region : Asia PacificChinese 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...USD 1,500.00Read More
High Concentration of 10+ Year Old Vehicles Offers Significant Revenue Potential for Independent Aftermarket Participants
Region : EuropeThis study covers the Class 1-3 vehicles aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value (€ million) across Poland. The base year for analysis is 2017 and the forecast period is 2018 to 2024. This research covers the growth prospects for the Polish automotive aftermarket. It includes analyses of vehicles in operation, new and used veh...
With EV/PHEVs Expected to Account for 3.6% of the Total VIO by 2025, the Automotive Aftermarket Could Suffer a Service Revenue Loss of €0.5 Billion
Region : EuropeThis study focuses on the ramifications for the European aftermarket because of EVs and PHEVs in the vehicle parc. Analysis is done on how replacement parts demand and aftermarket revenue will be altered due to EVs and PHEVs. The geographic scope of the study is Europe and the base year is 2017. The deliverable explains the impact of the latest ser...
Consolidation of Large Distributors Leads to the Evolution of a Two-step Channel
Region : Asia PacificThe 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...USD 3,000.00Read More
Thailand to Remain Country with the Highest Vehicle Parc in ASEAN between 2018 and 2022
Region : Asia PacificIndonesia, 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...USD 3,000.00Read More