North American Class 1-3 Steering and Suspension Components Aftermarket, Forecast to 2023

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This study covers class 1-3 vehicles steering and suspension aftermarket in terms of volume (in million units) and value ($ million) across the United States and Canada. It discusses unit shipment, revenue, average price, distribution channel share, and major participants’ market share for four product types namely, ball joints, sway bar links, tie rod ends, and control arms. The base year for analysis is 2016 and the forecast period is from 2017 to 2023.The North American steering and suspension aftermarket is expected to show moderate growth in unit shipment in the coming years. Increase in Vehicles in Operation (VIO), coupled with rising average vehicle age, is the primary factor that drives the unit shipm

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastResearch ScopeResearch ScopeDefinitions and SegmentationProduct DefinitionsMarket DefinitionsVehicle SegmentationForecasts and Trends—Total Steering and Suspension Components AftermarketTotal Steering and Suspension Components Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by ProductPercent Revenue Forecast by Product Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Segment DiscussionOverall Pricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Establish Offline-to-Online Service Network and Improve OEM Funding InterestsStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Ball Joints AftermarketBall Joints Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionSway Bar Links AftermarketSway Bar Links Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionTie Rod Ends AftermarketTie Rod Ends Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Product TypePercent Revenue Forecast by Product Type Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionControl Arms AftermarketControl Arms Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Product TypePercent Revenue Forecast by Product Type Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPricing AnalysisPricing Analysis DiscussionPercent of Revenue by Distribution ChannelPercent of Revenue by Distribution Channel DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share DiscussionThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedMarket Engineering Methodology




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suspension aftermarket
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class 1-3 steering
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suspension aftermarket

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