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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, ...
28 Sep 2005  |  North America
The central goal of this study is to identify the core sets of safety features that consumers desire, as well as their willingness to pay. Multiple analytic methods were triangulated to ensure robust results. Central to this is a pioneering market modeling approach using Adaptive Conjoint Analysis (ACA) data. Purchase intent questions were asked ou...
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 ...
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...
11 Nov 2008  |  North America
This study summarizes the opinions of U.S. Shop owners on issues impacting their businesses in 2008. Issues examined include part choices, parts accessibility, the economy, fuel prices, and consumer behavior changes.
12 Mar 2009  |  North America
This study summarizes the opinions of U.S. Shop owners on issues impacting their businesses in January 2009. Issues examined include customer strategies, diagnostic tools, technicians, the economy, fuel prices, and consumer behavior changes.
30 Jun 2009  |  North America
An analysis of U.S. vehicle owner attitudes and behaviors toward vehicle maintenance and repair. This study provides a comparative analysis to 2006.
29 Jun 2009  |  North America
Maximizing Value from the Supply Chain - Frost & Sullivan Speaks Candidly with U.S. Independent Automotive Repairers about Supplier Relationships
An analysis of focus group feedback about automotive part supplier relationships. Key areas addressed include part brands, when they use different suppliers, decision matrix, as well as views on loyalty programs, sales people and advertising programs.
31 Aug 2009  |  North America
An analysis of U.S. vehicle owner attitudes and behaviors toward vehicle maintenance by vehicle manufacturer brand.
08 Apr 2010  |  North America
The 2010 U.S. Automotive Technicians' Choice Study provides a first hand account of U.S. Automotive technician's choices for automotive repair tools by brand. The Study assesses opinion on hand tools, hand held scan devices, power tools, tool storage devices, pneumatic/air tools, air compressors, floor jacks, and hydraulic auto lifts. This study in...