Strategic Analysis of the Indian Automotive Aftermarket

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This research service analyzes the automotive aftermarket industry in India. It includes a vehicle in operation analysis, discussion of key industry trends, and identification of major market participants. It also includes a manufacturer level revenue forecast and analyses of wholesale parts and service channels. Consumer trends and key conclusions are presented. The base year is 2014, and there are forecasts 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 and the emergence of India as a global hub will create opportunities for parts and servic

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Aftermarket Parts Revenue Distribution by Product CategoryAutomotive Aftermarket—Market Share by Channel and Repair Service ProvidersAutomotive Aftermarket—Key Growth DriversAutomotive Aftermarket—Growth Opportunities for Industry ParticipantsKey Factors to Consider for Entering the Indian AftermarketAftermarket Structure for Parts SupplyResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch Background Research MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Key Participant Groups Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationMarket DefinitionsVehicle Segmentation—Passenger VehiclesIndustry SegmentationCountry OverviewCountry Overview—IndiaPESTLE Overview—IndiaAlternate Propulsion TechnologiesAutomotive Aftermarket OverviewAutomotive AftermarketTop TrendsMajor Aftermarket Trends—2014Automotive Aftermarket RoadmapVehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation by Type Passenger VIO by TypePassenger Vehicles in Operation by Age and RegionPassenger Vehicles in Operation by BrandParts AnalysisAutomotive Aftermarket—Manufacturer-level Replacement Parts RevenueIndian Tires Aftermarket Replacement Rate of Frequently Replaced and Safety Related Parts in Indian AftermarketAutomotive Aftermarket—Top SuppliersChallenges in the AftermarketParts Aftermarket StructureCompetitive Evaluation of the Parts Aftermarket—Strengths and Weaknesses of Organized and Unorganized SectorsService AnalysisAutomotive Aftermarket—Service Centers by TypeASC OutlookUnauthorized Multi Brand Service Chains OutlookOES Multi-brand Service Chain OutlookMulti Brand Service Chains—Parts ProcurementIndependent Garages Outlook Independent Garages Outlook (continued)Independent Garages—Labor ChargesDistribution Channel AnalysisAutomotive Aftermarket—Distribution StructureAftermarket Structure for Parts SupplyAutomotive Aftermarket—Market Share by Channel and Repair Service ProvidersOEM Sales and Aftersales OutlookOEM Aftersales Market StructureOEM Independent Aftermarket Distribution NetworksMaruti Suzuki—Aftermarket Parts Supply ChainTata Motors—Aftermarket Parts Supply ChainHyundai—Aftermarket Parts Supply ChainOEM Parts Sales Route to Vehicle Owner—Strengths and WeaknessesDistributors/Wholesalers Outlook Distributors/Wholesalers—Parts Sourcing and SalesRetailers—OutlookRetailers—Parts Sourcing and SalesTop DistributorsKey Success Factors OES Channel AnalysisOES Channel—Key TrendsOES ChannelKey Trends in Passenger Vehicle DealershipsDealership Throughput for Major Automakers Competitive Benchmarking of Dealers Profit Optimization for Dealerships—Online PresenceCase Study—How Mahindra & Mahindra is Leveraging Online Presence and Social Media EffectivelyImpact of New Vehicle Warranties on the AftermarketRegulatory InfluencesAutomotive Aftermarket—2014 Emission Norms and RegulationsAutomotive Aftermarket—Auto Policy 2002 and Auto Mission Plan 2006–2016Impact of Regulations on the Automotive AftermarketTechnology TrendsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology ApplicationsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology Applications (continued)Consumer TrendsAttitudes and Behaviors of Indian Vehicle OwnersConsumer Behavior Trends by Service TypeWhy Market Participants Should Consider Entering the Indian AftermarketKey Factors to Consider for entering the Indian AftermarketCountry Attractiveness—Automotive Clusters in IndiaSuccess StoriesOpportunities in Part Sourcing from IndiaDomestic Supply BaseWell Developed Domestic Supply Base (continued)Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Planned 2014 ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology

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