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This study is a consumer research study conducted in late 2005. It is made up of 2 segments, an 'omnibus' study with 1,000 respondents and a specific study comprised of 447 respondents. The study was conducted using an online panel and analyzed in January 2006.

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This study evaluates the choices that professional automotive technicians make when evaluating tools in the United States. Automotive technicians are experts who use many automotive tools and equipment over the course of each work day. Thus, automotive technicians are the core target group for these types of tools and it is important to understand ...

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This study measures the perceptions and preferences of luxury vehicles among C-level executives (CIOs, CEOs, etc.) in the United States. Supporting this overall objective, Frost & Sullivan also measures importance of various features/attributes of luxury vehicles.

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The research objectives of this study include to measure the preferences of selected types of automotive tools: hand tools, hand-held scan devices, power tools, and tool storage devices among Automotive Technicians in the United States; to determine which product features are most important among U.S. Automotive Technicians, and to measure the expe...

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The recent rise in fuel prices has rekindled interest in Frost & Sullivan's 2006 study, 'Impact of Rising Fuel Prices on U.S. Consumers' Driving and Vehicle Purchase Behavior' (Originally published 20th Jan 2006). In the current environment, the relevance and importance of this study have amplified. Thus, we feel a strong need to direct our cust...

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The 2008 U.S. Automotive Technicians' Choice Study measure the brand ownership and brand preferences of selected types of automotive tools: air compressors, hand tools, hand-held scan devices, hydraulic auto lifts, floor jacks, pneumatic/air tools, power tools, and tool storage devices, among Automotive Technicians in the United States. Furthermore...

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The primary objective of this research is to measure the preferences of automotive replacement parts and purchase channels among U.S. automotive technicians in the United States (U.S.). In addition to the primary objective, we have also measured the automotive aftermarket distribution channels as perceived by U.S. automotive technicians. Lastly, ...

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18 Apr 2011  |  North America

Replacement Parts Preferences among U.S. Automotive Technicians

Replacement Parts Preferences among U.S. Automotive Technicians

This study primarily examines automotive technicians' evaluations of brand names in six product categories: batteries, motor oils, tires, brake pads, oil filters, and air filters. Similarly, it examines their preferences among dealerships (by vehicle maker), program distributors, and automotive parts retailers as suppliers of replacement parts. The...

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08 Nov 2011  |  North America

2011 U.S. Automotive Technicians’ Choice:  Opportunities in the Automotive Tools Market

Aftermarket Replacement Opportunity is Approaching the Billion Dollar Mark

This study provides U.S. automotive technicians' evaluations of brands in the hand tools, pneumatic/air tools, power tools, handheld scan devices, and tool storage devices segments. Additionally, distribution channel shares are estimated by brand in each product category. Finally, the importance of factors such as availability, durability, ease of ...

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07 Dec 2011  |  North America

Summary Analysis of 2010 U.S. Voice of Customer Study Telematics and Infotainment and App-Store Applications

Consumer Preferences and Willingness to Pay for Telematics, Infotainment, and Applications

This customer research service provides the summary analysis on the preferences and willingness to pay for telematics, infotainment, and applications of consumers in the US. The study highlights the awareness of current and future usage of telematics, infotainment and smart phone applications. It also illustrates the consumers interests and willi...

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