Vehicle Scrappage Program—What Does Malaysia Want?

Opinion and Expectations of the General Public on the Formulation and Implementation of Vehicle Scrappage Programs

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Scope of the report

The research report includes the following segments:
Product scope: Vehicle Scrappage Programs and General Public Perception of the same
Geographic scope: Malaysia
End-user scope: OEMs, Stakeholders of countries interested in Vehicle Scrappage Programs

Respondent profiles, survey findings including opinion regarding vehicle scrappage program in Malaysia, and overview of scrappage program in various countries have been provided.

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Key Questions Answered

What are the opinion and expectations of the general public in Malaysia regarding vehicle scrappage?
Which are the countries (with a brief overview of the operational model), that have implemented a scrappage program/policy?
Which are the top 5 distinct vehicle scrappage programs globally? What are their objectives, target segment, method of implementation, and corresponding outcome?
What are the best practices for formulating/refining scrappage program in identifying and creating a balance between industry growth and consumer expectations?

Table of Contents

Vehicle Scrappage Program—What Does Malaysia Want?Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Research Objectives, Scope, and MethodologyResearch Aims & ObjectivesResearch Scope & DefinitionResearch MethodologyRespondent ProfilesBreakdown of RespondentsBreakdown of Respondents (continued)Breakdown of Respondents (continued)Breakdown of Respondents (continued)Survey Findings—Opinion Regarding Vehicle Scrappage Program in MalaysiaRespondent Opinion AnalysisRespondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Respondent Opinion Analysis (continued)Overview of Scrappage Program in Various CountriesOverview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Overview of Scrappage Policies and Schemes (continued)Key Scrappage Programs5 Key Vehicle Scrappage ProgramsCar Allowance Rebate System—The United StatesCar Allowance Rebate System (CARS)—The United StatesBackground of Car Allowance Rebate SystemOverview of Car Allowance Rebate System ProgramIncentive Structure of Car Allowance Rebate System Outcome of the Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) in 2009Evaluation of Car Allowance Rebate System Certificate of Entitlement—SingaporeCertificate of Entitlement (COE)—SingaporeBackground of Certificate of Entitlement (COE)Overview of Certificate of Entitlement ProgramChoice of Renewal Duration of Certificate of Entitlement Benefits of Early DeregistrationCost Analysis of Certificate of EntitlementAdditional Elements of Incentives & Surcharges for Owning a VehicleEvaluation of Certificate of Entitlement ProgramVehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program—EgyptSummary of Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling ProgramBackground of Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program Overview of the Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program Incentive Structure of the Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program Analysis of New Vehicle Installment Cost with Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program Evaluation of Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program—RomaniaSummary of ‘Rabla’ Program—RomaniaBackground of Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program Overview of Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) ProgramIncentive Structure of Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program Purchase Options & 2015’s Revamp for Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program Results of Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program Evaluation of Fleet Renewal ‘Rabla’ (Scrappage) Program Plan ViVe and 2000E Program—SpainPlan ViVe and 2000E—SpainBackground of Plan ViVe and 2000E Program Comparison of Incentives of Plan ViVe and 2000E ProgramEffectiveness of Plan ViVe and 2000ECost-Benefit Analysis of 2000E ProgramEvaluation of Plan ViVe and 2000E Program Conclusions and Key TakeawaysVehicle Scrappage Program and its Type of Incentive with Respect to Incentive Level per Vehicle ScrappedObjective Comparison of Key Scrappage Policies & SchemesImplementation & Market Condition Comparison of Key Scrappage Policies & SchemesImplementation of Scrappage ProgramKey TakeawaysKey Takeaways (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixTable of AcronymsTable of Acronyms (continued)Table of Acronyms (continued)Table of Acronyms (continued)Tax Structure and Rebate Structure for Vehicles in SingaporeProcess Elaboration of Egypt’s Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling ProgramProcess Elaboration of Egypt’s Vehicle Scrapping and Recycling Program (continued)Plan ViVe I, ViVe II, and 2000E Definition of Types of IncentivesThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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