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10 May 2017  |  North America
Technicians Shifting to Digital Platforms
The importance of technicians as customers for part suppliers continues to grow with the continued expansion of the Do-It-For-Me (DIFM) channel in the US automotive aftermarket. Although the aftermarket is a mature and stable channel in the United States, market trends such as digitization and private labeling are steadily transforming how technici...
30 Sep 2015  |  North America
Opportunities in the Automotive Tools Market
This report aims to understand the automotive tools industry through automotive technicians since 2007 and identify market opportunities. The most commonly purchased auto tools within the last year are hand tools, closely followed by the power tools purchase rate. Tool storage devices have the lowest rate, which is most likely because of their purp...
09 Jul 2015  |  North America
2010–2014 Trend Analysis of US Heavy Duty (HD) Fleet Managers’ Preferences for Advanced Truck Technologies
Total Cost of Ownership and Downtime Reduction Driving Technology Adoption
The aim of the study is to analyse the trends pertaining to fleet managers preference for powertrain, safety, and telematics technologies in North America. Total cost of ownership, downtime reduction, and regulation compliance are emerging as the dominant factors influencing fleet managers desirability and willingness to pay for advanced truck tech...
06 Feb 2015  |  Europe
Gauging Customers Pulse to Enhance the Driving Experience
A consumer survey completed in 2014 by Frost & Sullivan has revealed that 70% of consumers rate secure feel as the most important aspect when talking about a better driving experience. The survey interviewed more than 1,800 drivers of different car segments across France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Russia. The survey results present consumers...
28 Nov 2014  |  Europe
Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Active Safety and ADAS Features
The European consumer base for passenger cars has traditionally embraced the latest technologies for enhancing driving dynamics, connectivity, comfort, and convenience. Although safety was placed second to technology, future trends suggest that consumers are not only willing to pay for life-saving technologies but also show interest in evaluating a...
29 Oct 2014  |  North America
Industry Convergence and Growth in the US Automotive Aftermarket
This research service aims to identify trends within the automotive aftermarket for batteries, tires, motor oils, and brake pads. It also measures factors driving product selection, identifies brand use and preference trends by category, and evaluates purchase channel opportunities for each product. The 4 replacement parts markets are concentrated ...
12 Sep 2014  |  Europe
Willingness to Pay for Infotainment and Telematics
The overall objective of this research service was to understand European customers desirability and willingness to pay for advanced telematics and infotainment features. Telematics and infotainment features have a limited influence in the overall vehicle purchase decision. The perceived safety of the vehicle ranks high in markets such as Russia, ...
26 Aug 2014  |  North America
Opportunities in the Automotive Tools Market
This report aims to understand the automotive repair tool industry through automotive technicians since 2007 and identify market opportunities. Hand tools are the most commonly purchased automotive tools in 2013, followed by power tools. Tools storage devices have the lowest rate of all, which is most likely because of their purpose (storage) and t...
26 May 2014  |  Europe
Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Safety Systems and ADAS Systems
Overall, safety is the second most influential general vehicle feature for next vehicle purchase, with reliability being the first. Majority of respondents have their families and themselves in mind when purchasing safety options. The French, however, are significantly more concerned with the safety of their children than their European counterpart...
26 Jul 2013  |  North America
Urban Mobility 3.0, New Urban Mobility Business Models - Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Annual Industry Workshop 2013
Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Two-day Workshop and Networking Event 2013
This research study focuses on providing all the presentations from Frost & Sullivan's two-day workshop event held in June 2013 in London, called Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models. These include presentations from Frost & Sullivan Europe and APAC team and a host of other companies, such as Siemens Mobility, Zipcar Europe, BMW A...
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