Strategic Analysis of the ASEAN Automotive Aftermarket

Strategic Analysis of the ASEAN Automotive Aftermarket

  • July 2016 •
  • 109 pages •
  • Report ID: 4000255 •
  • Format: PDF
More than 40 Million Cars will Require Maintenance, service, and Parts by 2021

This research service gives a detailed strategic analysis of the automotive aftermarket in ASEAN. It includes an analysis of the key markets in ASEAN, including Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. The study includes executive summary, research scope, objectives, background and methodology, definition and segmentation, market overview, competitive analysis of ASEAN—Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia— market size, including country overview, new vehicle sales, vehicles in operation, market size, and dealership network. It also includes consumer trends, technology trends, conclusions and future outlook, and appendix.

ASEAN Vehicle Sales and Vehicle in Operation (ViO)
Key Takeaway: The implementation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) to promote a single market and production base for automotive industry in ASEAN is expected to boost the market.

Total vehicle sales in ASEAN is likely to grow at a CAGR of x% (20xx–20xx).
- The rise of the xx-Million-strong middle class, low interest rates for bank loan, and growing consumer confidence are driving the growth of vehicle sales and ViO in Indonesia.
- Thailand is expected to continue growing as a vehicle production hub due to the rapid increase in vehicle production facilities.
- Japanese OEMs such as Toyota, Nissan, and Honda account for more than xx% of the market share in ASEAN.