Strategic Analysis of the Turkish Automotive Aftermarket

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This research service presents a strategic analysis of the automotive aftermarket in Turkey. The market is expected to diversify with the entry of new competitors, exhibiting a steady compound annual growth rate (2014–2021) driven by rising vehicles in operation and increasing average vehicle age. This research includes findings produced by Frost & Sullivan’s automotive aftermarket team over the past 3 years, as well as from additional primary and secondary data sources. It gives a strategic analysis of vehicles in operation and provides parts, service, distribution channel, and OES channel analyses, as well as regulatory influences and conclusions. The study period is 2011 to 2021 with a base year of 2014.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Vehicles in Operation by BrandChallenges in Parts SectorDistribution StructureResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will Answer Research BackgroundResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Key Distributor Groups Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationDefinitionsVehicle Segmentation Market OverviewMajor Aftermarket TrendsMajor Aftermarket Trends (continued)Automotive Aftermarket Trends SummaryTurkish Aftermarket RoadmapVehicles in Operation AnalysisVehicles in Operation by Model YearVehicles in Operation by BrandVIO by AgeAnnual UseParts AnalysisAutomotive Aftermarket—Manufacturer-level Replacement Parts Revenue Turkish Tires AftermarketReplacement Rate of Parts in Turkish AftermarketTop SuppliersCompetitive Evaluation of the Parts IndustryChallenges in Parts SectorService AnalysisTurkish Automotive Services IndustryService Centers by Top Turkish Service Center ChainsCompetitive Evaluation of the Service IndustryDistribution Channel AnalysisDistribution StructureTop Purchasing Groups Competitive Evaluation of DistributionOES Channel AnalysisOES Channel TrendsOES Channel Trends (continued)New Car Warranties (from OEMs)Warranties in the AftermarketWarranties in the Aftermarket (continued)Regulatory InfluencesAutomotive Aftermarket—Key Regulations, 2014Automotive Aftermarket—Key Regulations, 2014 (continued) Technology TrendsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology ApplicationsAutomotive Aftermarket—Technology Applications (continued)Consumer TrendsConsumer Behavior TrendsConclusions and Future Outlook—Automotive AftermarketKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedPlanned 2014 ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology




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