The U.S. automotive aftermarket size is expected to reach USD 86.2 billion by 2025, registering a 1.8% CAGR from 2019 to 2025, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. The market is expected to grow owing to the rising adoption of automotive technologies such as exhaust and safety technologies coupled with other aspects influencing vehicular performance. The market is estimated to remain innovation-led with the introduction of new chemicals and metals that provide cost-efficiency and weight reduction in automobiles. In addition, the increasing vehicle parc and vehicle age in the U.S. are expected to contribute to the growing demand for replacement parts, thus driving market growth in the country.
Rising disposable income in the U.S. is creating a positive growth outlook for the sales of passenger cars. The increasing demand for aftermarket parts is directly proportional to the growing sales of passenger cars. Moreover, factors such as developing infrastructure and increasing adoption of modern lifestyle across the country are contributing to the growth of automotive aftermarket. Technological proliferation and high investments in R&D by automakers are expected to further drive demand for automotive aftermarket components over the forecast period. Furthermore, increasing trade activities of goods and materials via road transportation are expected to fuel the demand for heavy commercial vehicles. This, in turn, is likely to result in the high demand for products such as tires, towing, wheels, and other miscellaneous accessories, thereby contributing to the market growth in future.
Efforts taken by vendors to make aftermarket products available in adequate quantities and improve the quality of recycled products have contributed to the high demand for alternative parts such as engines; door assemblies; transmissions; sheet metal products such as fenders, trunk lids, and hoods; bumpers; and lights assemblies. In addition, maintaining a high inventory level and wide distribution network allows higher fulfillment rates, which is also boosting the sales of alternative parts. However, the increasing adoption of hybrid and electric vehicles is hampering the growth opportunities for automotive aftermarket components, mainly exhaust components. As a result, the threat of substitutes for aftermarket parts is expected to remain high over the forecast period.
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U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Report Highlights
• The rise in sales of automobiles, increased purchasing power, and improved standard of living are expected to drive growth for the automotive aftermarket industry.
• Increasing consumer awareness regarding environment protection and the use of environment-friendly products with minimum carbon footprint deliver positive growth prospects for the market
• The tire segment is anticipated to dominate the market by 2025 on account of frequent changing of tires in comparison to their automotive component counterparts
• The automotive aftermarket is shifting toward the automation of various functions and processes as automation increases accuracy, enhances efficiency, improves workplace safety, and reduces human errors
• The trend of combining Industry 4.0 with information technology and operational technology has resulted in a landscape governed by supply chain digitalization, creating a sustainable impact on the automotive aftermarket industry
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U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Segmentation
Grand View Research has segmented the U.S. automotive aftermarket based on replacement part, distribution channel, service channel, and certification.
U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Replacement Part Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2014 – 2025)
• Brake Parts
• Body Parts
• Lighting & Electronic Components
• Exhaust Components
U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Distribution Channel Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2014 – 2025)
• Wholesalers & Distributors
U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Service Channel Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2014 – 2025)
• DIY (Do it Yourself)
• DIFM (Do it for Me)
U.S. Automotive Aftermarket Certification Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2014 – 2025)
• Genuine Parts
• Certified Parts
• Uncertified Parts
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