Strategic Analysis of the Chinese Automotive Aftermarket

Nearly 150 Million More Vehicles Will Require Parts and Service

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This research service analyzes the automotive aftermarket in China. It includes vehicles in operation analyses, discussions of key industry trends, and identifies major market participants. In addition, it provides manufacturer-level revenue forecasts and analyses of wholesale parts and service channels. Consumer trends and key conclusions are also presented. The base year is 2014, and forecasts are provided from 2015 through 2021. The vehicle scope is passenger cars and light trucks. The objective is to provide strategic insight for decision makers and potential new entrants. High growth in vehicles in operation will create opportunities for companies to sell parts and service.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsVehicle Sales and VIO by TypeVehicle Age and Vehicle Kilometers TravelledAuto Replacement Parts—Market SnapshotMain Service ChannelsPESTLE AnalysisKey Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will Answer Research Background Research MethodologyKey OEMs or Auto Parts Manufacturers Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationVehicle SegmentationVehicle Segmentation DefinitionsOverview of ChinaChina Overview—Nation HighlightsDemographic Overview—Population AnalysisEconomic Overview—Wealth AnalysisTransportation Overview—Travel Pattern AnalysisMarket OverviewTotal Automotive Aftermarket Revenue at End-User LevelVehicle Sales Analysis and OutlookUsed Car Sales AnalysisService ChannelsPolicy and RegulationKey Policies and RegulationsKey Policies and Regulations (continued)Key Policies and Regulations (continued)Key Policies and Regulations (continued)Vehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation (VIO) by TypeVehicles in Operation (VIO) by SegmentVehicles in Operation (VIO) by BrandVehicles in Operation (VIO) by AgeVehicle Kilometers Travelled (VKT)Competitive AnalysisAuto Parts Manufacturers Competitive AnalysisDistribution Channel AnalysisDistribution StructureOE Supply Channel—Major ChannelOE Supply Channel—Emerging ChannelIAM Channel—Major ChannelIAM Channel—Emerging ChannelIAM Channel Parts Sourcing—Auto Parts CitiesIAM Channel—Main Auto Parts CitiesIAM Channel—Main Auto Parts Cities (continued)IAM Channel—Main Auto Parts Cities (continued)IAM Channel—New Sourcing ChannelParts AnalysisParts Types AnalysisManufacturer-level Market SizeService Channel AnalysisService Channel OverviewMain Service ChannelsMain Service Channels (continued)Main Service Channels (continued)OE Service Channel Analysis—Number of DealershipsOE Service Channel Analysis—Dealership DistributionOE Service Channel Analysis—Alternative Service ChannelsOE Service Channel Analysis—Warranties in the AftermarketTechnology TrendsGrowing Internet UsageIncreasing eCommerce ActivityOnline-to-offline (O2O) Parts Distribution Channel Used Car eCommerce Consumer TrendsCar Purchasing TrendMaintenance and Repair Services TrendConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedAppendix—Economic Analysis of 35 Main CitiesResearch in Progress Market Engineering Methodology

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