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Leading Five Countries in the European Wear & Tear Parts Market, 2011-15

Abstract

Introduction

While the general trend in mature markets is for declining average mileage in lieu of higher vehicle ownership ratios per household, the ongoing economic stagnation is causing motorists to seek financial savings by substituting vehicle use, thus decelerating their vehicles' wear rates and as a result reducing consumption of wear and tear parts on an annual basis.

Features and benefits

  • Achieve revenue growth by understanding the forecast sales of wear and tear parts by country and adjust business development plans to suit.
  • Uncover new distribution opportunities for your products by identifying which types of retailer are most successful in each country and why.
  • Improve your product mix and hence revenues by gaining insight into what types of wear and tear part are proving popular, by country and region.
  • Formulate market share and channel share objectives for your company using our product and distribution data.
  • Develop new strategies to sell your products by understanding where premium and budget brands are most popular, and why.

Highlights

Despite only having a relatively small volume in 2011, shock absorbers are proportionally one of the most valuable components in the aftermarket. This component is expected to experience a decrease of almost 9% in sales by 2015 and, while this equates to smaller losses than some other parts, the financial ramifications will be profound.

As developments progress in the improvement of the passenger car, batteries will be required to evolve in order to serve the needs of technological advances. These next-generation batteries are expected to be fully integrated into the market with the next four to five years.

Of the wear and tear components expecting a decline, the windscreen wiper blade market anticipates one of the smaller contractions. While this may appear positive, this particular component is relatively low cost and, as such, requires higher volume in order to maintain its market value.

Your key questions answered

  • Which countries have the highest penetration of brake drums and shoes?
  • Which countries are displaying the highest growth rates for brake drums/shoes versus disc/pad setups?
  • What are the consumer behaviors regarding retailer and component brand selection in the European wear and tear parts market, by component and country?
  • What are the market shares of the key distribution channels for the various wear and tear parts, by country?
  • What is the average annual spend by consumers on wear and tear parts by component and by country?

Table of Contents

OVERVIEW

  • Introduction
  • Key findings
    • Falling average mileage and motorists' prudence are market depressants
    • Increasing demand for raw materials from emerging markets is adversely affecting global prices
    • Movement toward lighter vehicle use will have a distinct effect on the future brake replacement market
    • Cost-effectiveness overrides loyalty in the brake market
    • Extended lifespan of catalytic convertors detrimental to replacement rates
    • Failing economic conditions support the deferral of exhaust maintenance
    • Shock absorbers: a small market with a large value that is expected to fall
    • Volume is the main driver behind the windscreen wiper market across the leading five countries
    • Technology will shape the future of starter batteries, but replacement rates will fall in the interim
  • Strategic recommendations
    • Consider the technical specifications of new vehicles as an indicator of future demand
    • Focus on profit-based sales as volume will continue to fall
    • Focus marketing strategies on tradesmen and retailers rather than consumers
    • Independent garages offer the biggest sales opportunity for the independent aftermarket
    • Vehicle parc dynamics will indicate the future component requirements of national aftersales markets
    • Consider regional climates when anticipating the cadence of demand for service parts
    • Consider the long-term implications of technological advances
    • Look beyond saturated home markets
  • Executive summary
    • Brake components
    • Catalytic converters and exhaust systems
    • Other wear and tear components

UK

  • Brake pads
    • Volume: falling mileage will lead to a contraction of the market
    • Value: total value will fluctuate driven by volatile parts value
    • Market shares: garages will continue to dominate the market
    • Consumer attitudes: budget and mid-range brands becoming more popular as cost of living rises
  • Brake discs
    • Volume: falling replacement rates will lead to a decline in market volume
    • Value: labor value expected to keep the market stable despite falling parts value
    • Market shares: garages will continue their domination of the market, driven by customer loyalty
    • Consumer attitudes: low motorist knowledge will lead to a falling rate of replacement
  • Brake shoes
    • Volume: the market will decline as brake discs become more popular
    • Value: falling parts value and rising labor value will contribute to stagnation of total value
    • Market shares: garages will remain the market leader with a share of nearly 50%
    • Consumer attitudes: the high cost of brake shoes will lead consumers to look at cheaper alternatives
  • Brake drums
    • Volume: declining market driven by recent trend for lighter and more efficient braking systems
    • Value: high parts value and low labor costs expected to drive stagnation in the market
    • Market shares: scrapyard sales will become more popular due to a slump in demand for new brake drums
    • Consumer attitudes: smaller and more efficient brake components beginning to be favored by motorists
  • Catalytic converters
    • Volume: increasing part longevity the catalyst for declining sales
    • Value: parts value will decline as manufacturers begin to use cheaper materials
    • Market shares: close competition between fast fits and garages expected in the future
    • Consumer attitudes: motorists have little control over the longevity of catalytic converters
  • Exhaust systems
    • Volume: declining market and replacement rates driven by scrappage scheme and less disposable income
    • Value: total value will decline despite rising component prices
    • Market shares: fast fits' share will increase at the expense of garages and vehicle manufacturer networks
    • Consumer attitudes: the growing popularity of hybrid vehicles will have a negative effect on the aftermarket
  • Shock absorbers
    • Volume: recession and the effects of the scrappage scheme will cause a large decline in the market
    • Value: total value will fall despite increasing component prices and high labor value
    • Market shares: the popularity of budget brands will lead to gains for fast fits
    • Consumer attitudes: motorists cutting costs as the price of shock absorbers increases
  • Windscreen wiper blades
    • Volume: fluctuations in the market driven by MOT testing and lack of rainfall
    • Value: the introduction of flat and hybrid blades will lead to an increase in total value by 2015
    • Market shares: online sales will become increasingly popular as motorists look to save money
    • Consumer attitudes: OEMs' introduction of flat blades will lead to increased spend per component
  • Starter batteries
    • Volume: sales volume will increase in line with the rising popularity of hybrid vehicles
    • Value: rising prices and high labor costs will drive a slowly increasing market value
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will remain the dominant distribution channels
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component expected to increase in line with rising prices and demand

GERMANY

  • Brake pads
    • Volume: overall sales will fluctuate due to deferment of servicing
    • Value: motorist preference for premium brands expected to drive high total value
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks and garages will continue their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to remain high due to motorist preference for premium brands
  • Brake discs
    • Volume: more conservative motorist behavior will lead to a declining replacement rate
    • Value: complex technology will lead to increases in both parts and labor values
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks will continue to control over half of the German market
    • Consumer attitudes: a positive attitude toward replacement will keep spend per component high
  • Brake shoes
    • Volume: increasing popularity of brake discs will cause a slump in demand for brake shoes
    • Value: total value will decline due to lack of demand, despite high labor value
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks and garages will continue their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: preference for efficient products will negatively affect the brake shoe aftermarket
  • Brake drums
    • Volume: the shift toward new brake systems will be catastrophic for the brake drum market
    • Value: a slump in total value is expected despite high component costs
    • Market shares: other distribution channels will not challenge the dominance of vehicle manufacturer networks
    • Consumer attitudes: limited motorist interest in brake drums will lead to a decline in the market
  • Catalytic converters
    • Volume: aftermarket demand will decline slowly due to increasing component longevity
    • Value: total value will stay relatively stable as component prices remain high
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will remain the market leaders
    • Consumer attitudes: motorists have little control over the lifespan of catalytic converters
  • Exhaust systems
    • Volume: demand expected to fall as the age of vehicle parc decreases due to scrappage schemes
    • Value: decline in both labor and parts values expected over the next four years
    • Market shares: the domination of garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will continue despite falling sales
    • Consumer attitudes: growing popularity of hybrids and electric vehicles the catalyst for declining demand
  • Shock absorbers
    • Volume: demand predicted to fall in line with vehicle parc rejuvenation and increasing product longevity
    • Value: total value expected to fall despite high labor costs
    • Market shares: swift availability of service ensures growth for garages and fast fits
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to remain high due to rising component prices
  • Windscreen wiper blades
    • Volume: replacement rates will fall in line with lower consumer spending and falling rainfall
    • Value: the increasing popularity of flat blades will lead to increased labor costs
    • Market shares: channels with the largest product ranges will increase their market share
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component will increase in line with the increasing popularity of flat blades
  • Starter batteries
    • Volume: market volumes will decrease in line with service deferral and increasing product longevity
    • Value: total value will remain relatively stable due to increasing component prices
    • Market shares: autocenters and garages will increase their market share over the next four years
    • Consumer attitudes: new battery technology will lead to an increase in spend per component

SPAIN

  • Brake pads
    • Volume: reduction in overall mileage will lead to a declining replacement rate between 2011 and 2015
    • Value: total value expected to increase as component costs remain stable
    • Market shares: garages will continue to dominate the market with a share of over 50%
    • Consumer attitudes: motorists becoming more likely to defer service due to a lack of disposable income
  • Brake discs
    • Volume: sales will stagnate despite falling replacement rates
    • Value: labor value expected to provide minimal overall growth as parts value remains static
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will continue to dominate the market
    • Consumer attitudes: low motorist interest the catalyst for the static market
  • Brake shoes
    • Volume: increasing popularity of brake discs will drive a slump in the brake shoe market
    • Value: static market expected despite a decrease in demand
    • Market shares: smaller distribution channels will be unable to challenge the dominance of garages
    • Consumer attitudes: shift from brake shoes expected as consumers aim for more efficient brake systems
  • Brake drums
    • Volume: decline in sales as motorist preference shifts toward brake pads and discs
    • Value: minimal growth anticipated as both labor costs and parts value remain static
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will continue their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: decreasing age of vehicle parc will cause a decline in demand for brake drums
  • Catalytic converters
    • Volume: sales will decrease slowly as the market saturates and product longevity increases
    • Value: small rise in labor costs expected to offset decreasing parts value
    • Market shares: garages will remain the market leader with a share of 58.1%
    • Consumer attitudes: low consumer interest in catalytic converters predicted to continue
  • Exhaust systems
    • Volume: sales beginning to show signs of recovery after heavy declines during the recession
    • Value: total value expected to recover from the recession, driven by high parts value
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks to maintain their dominance of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: increasing spend per component driven by rising prices
  • Shock absorbers
    • Volume: market recovery expected as the aftermarket emerges from recession
    • Value: total value will increase with both high labor costs and parts value the catalysts
    • Market shares: garages expected to maintain market leadership while autocenters enjoy steady gains
    • CoConsumer attitudes: increasing spend per component expected in line with rising component costs
  • Windscreen wiper blades
    • Volume: market expected to stabilize after declining rapidly during the recession
    • Value: increasing value will be driven by more expensive hybrid and flat blades entering the market
    • Market shares: hypermarkets and autocenters will gain market share at the expense of the market leaders
    • Consumer attitudes: increasing spend per component expected as flat blades become commonplace
  • Starter batteries
    • Volume: minimal decreases expected, with demand to remain static
    • Value: overall value will increase as the price of starter batteries rise
    • Market shares: autocenters and tire specialists will expand their market share at the expense of garages
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component will remain high as flat blades increase in popularity

ITALY

  • Brake pads
    • Volume: stagnant market expected despite a declining replacement rate
    • Value: small value growth expected as component price increases
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will continue their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: differing replacement rates persist between the north and south of the country
  • Brake discs
    • Volume: overall sales expected to contract slightly as high fuel costs force drivers off the road
    • Value: total value set to increase as labor costs and prices rise in tandem
    • Market shares: value for money the reason garages will continue to dominate the market
    • Consumer attitudes: rising prices expected to cause an increase in spend per component
  • Brake shoes
    • Volume: demand expected to fall in line with decreasing vehicle parc age
    • Value: decreasing total value expected as component costs fall
    • Market shares: garages expected to maintain their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: falling mileage will lead to declining replacement rates
  • Brake drums
    • Volume: fluctuating sales volumes expected as more new vehicles enter the aftermarket
    • Value: parts value expected to decline as average prices fall
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks expected to maintain their market leadership
    • Consumer attitudes: lack of consumer interest anticipated to lead to a declining replacement rate
  • Catalytic converters
    • Volume: increasing product longevity will lead to a decline in replacement rates
    • Value: static total value expected as labor costs increase and parts value declines
    • Market shares: garages will continue to dominate the market with a share of 71.8%
    • Consumer attitudes: increasingly cost-conscious motorists will cause replacement rates to decline
  • Exhaust systems
    • Volume: sales will steadily decline as the age of vehicle parc decreases
    • Value: total value expected to decline, particularly due to plummeting parts value
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturers to maintain almost total market control
    • Consumer attitudes: increasing prices will lead to a steady rise in spend per component
  • Shock absorbers
    • Volume: scrappage schemes remove older vehicles from the market, leading to a dip in aftermarket demand
    • Value: overall value to drop despite an increase in price and service costs
    • Market shares: tire specialists to increase market share at the expense of vehicle manufacturer networks
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to increase in tandem with higher parts prices
  • Windscreen wiper blades
    • Volume: market predicted to fluctuate as recovery from the recession falters
    • Value: overall value expected to rise as more expensive flat blades become increasingly commonplace
    • Market shares: increasing part complexity to lead to growing sales for vehicle manufacturer networks
    • Consumer attitudes: popularity of flat and hybrid blades will drive high spend per component
  • Starter batteries
    • Volume: slow decline in sales anticipated as component longevity increases
    • Value: static market expected as labor costs increase while average prices fall
    • Market shares: garages and vehicle manufacturer networks will maintain their domination of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: more expensive battery technologies are expected to become commonplace

FRANCE

  • Brake pads
    • Volume: sales expected to increase in line with the growing number of vehicles entering the aftermarket
    • Value: increasing production costs expected to drive growth in overall market value
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks and garages to continue their market leadership
    • Consumer attitudes: aftermarket boosted by increasing new car sales
  • Brake discs
    • Volume: steady growth expected despite falling rates of replacement
    • Value: high production costs predicted to drive expanding market values
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks and garages will maintain a combined market share of over 75%
    • Consumer attitudes: motorists remain happy to buy brake discs despite falling spend per car
  • Brake shoes
    • Volume: market contraction smallest among the top five due to older vehicles remaining on the road
    • Value: little change expected as parts value falls and labor costs increase
    • Market shares: autocenters and fast fits will be unable to challenge the market leaders
    • Consumer attitudes: high average vehicle age expected to drive increased spend per component
  • Brake drums
    • Volume: sales fluctuations expected as vehicle parc age increases
    • Value: declining market predicted as parts value begins to decrease
    • Market shares: vehicle manufacturer networks and garages to maintain their control of the market
    • Consumer attitudes: higher average vehicle age to lead to increasing spend per component
  • Catalytic converters
    • Volume: static market expected, with no major changes in aftermarket demand
    • Value: only improving value in the top five economies driven by high labor costs
    • Market shares: fast fits and autocenters expected to challenge the market leaders over the next four years
    • Consumer attitudes: replacement rates to stay static as consumers adhere to industry recommendations
  • Exhaust systems
    • Volume: failure to recover from the recession will drive the continuing contraction of the market
    • Value: steady decline predicted as both parts value and labor costs decrease
    • Market shares: fast fits and autocenters to increase their sales volumes at the expense of the market leaders
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component expected to increase despite the poor health of the market
  • Shock absorbers
    • Volume: market steadily declining as ride quality not highly valued by French consumers
    • Value: market value decreasing at a slow rate, but labor costs and parts value remain high
    • Market shares: high levels of competition between major distribution channels expected to continue
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to increase despite overall declines in the market
  • Windscreen wiper blades
    • Volume: market to decline as consumers show little interest in replacing their wiper blades
    • Value: total value to remain stable despite falling volumes as flat and hybrid blades increase in popularity
    • Market shares: autocenters and vehicle manufacturers will increase their market share at the expense of hypermarkets
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to increase as high value flat blades become commonplace
  • Starter batteries
    • Volume: steadily declining replacement rates expected as component longevity increases
    • Value: total value expected to remain static as high value EFB and AGM batteries enter the aftermarket
    • Market shares: autocenters to increase their market share at the expense of hypermarkets and garages
    • Consumer attitudes: spend per component to increase as AGM and EFB batteries become standard

APPENDIX

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TABLES

  • Table: Leading five countries: brake markets
  • Table: Leading five countries: catalytic converter and exhaust system markets
  • Table: : Leading five countries: other wear and tear component markets
  • Table: UK brake pads snapshot
  • Table: UK brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK brake discs snapshot
  • Table: UK brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK brake shoes snapshot
  • Table: : UK brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK brake drums snapshot
  • Table: UK brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK catalytic converters snapshot
  • Table: UK catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK exhaust systems snapshot
  • Table: UK exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK shock absorbers snapshot
  • Table: UK shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK windscreen wiper blades snapshot
  • Table: UK windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: UK starter batteries snapshot
  • Table: UK starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany brake pads snapshot
  • Table: Germany brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany brake discs snapshot
  • Table: Germany brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany brake shoes snapshot
  • Table: Germany brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany brake drums snapshot
  • Table: Germany brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany catalytic converters snapshot
  • Table: Germany catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany exhaust systems snapshot
  • Table: Germany exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany shock absorbers snapshot
  • Table: Germany shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany windscreen wiper blades snapshot
  • Table: Germany windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Germany starter batteries snapshot
  • Table: Germany starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain brake pads snapshot
  • Table: Spain brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain brake discs snapshot
  • Table: Spain brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain brake shoes snapshot
  • Table: Spain brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain brake drums snapshot
  • Table: Spain brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain catalytic converters snapshot
  • Table: Spain catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain exhaust systems snapshot
  • Table: Spain exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain shock absorbers snapshot
  • Table: Spain shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain windscreen wiper blades snapshot
  • Table: Spain windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Spain starter batteries snapshot
  • Table: Spain starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy brake pads snapshot
  • Table: Italy brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy brake discs snapshot
  • Table: Italy brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy brake shoes snapshot
  • Table: Italy brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy brake drums snapshot
  • Table: Italy brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy catalytic converters snapshot
  • Table: Italy catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy exhaust systems snapshot
  • Table: Italy exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy shock absorbers snapshot
  • Table: Italy shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy windscreen wiper blades snapshot
  • Table: Italy windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: Italy starter batteries snapshot
  • Table: Italy starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France brake pads snapshot
  • Table: France brake pads: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France brake discs snapshot
  • Table: France brake discs: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France brake shoes snapshot
  • Table: France brake shoes: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France brake drums snapshot
  • Table: France brake drums: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France catalytic converters snapshot
  • Table: France catalytic converters: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France exhaust systems snapshot
  • Table: France exhaust systems: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France shock absorbers snapshot
  • Table: France shock absorbers: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France windscreen wiper blades snapshot
  • Table: France windscreen wiper blades: distribution market shares, 2011
  • Table: France starter batteries snapshot
  • Table: France starter batteries: distribution market shares, 2011

FIGURES

  • Figure: UK brake pads: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK brake pads: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK brake discs: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK brake discs: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK brake shoes: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK brake drums: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK brake drums: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK catalytic converters: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK exhaust systems: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK shock absorbers: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: UK starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: UK starter batteries: labor and parts value
  • Figure: UK starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany brake pads: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany brake pads: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany brake discs: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany brake discs: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany brake shoes: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany brake drums: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany brake drums: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany catalytic converters: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany exhaust systems: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany shock absorbers: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Germany starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Germany starter batteries: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Germany starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain brake pads: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain brake pads: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain brake discs: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain brake discs: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain brake shoes: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain brake drums: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain brake drums: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain catalytic converters: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain exhaust systems: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain shock absorbers: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Spain starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Spain starter batteries: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Spain starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy brake pads: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy brake pads: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy brake discs: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy brake discs: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy brake shoes: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy brake drums: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy brake drums: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy catalytic converters: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy exhaust systems: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy shock absorbers: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy windscreen wiper blades: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: Italy starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: Italy starter batteries: labor and parts value
  • Figure: Italy starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France brake pads: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France brake pads: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France brake pads: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France brake discs: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France brake discs: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France brake discs: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France brake shoes: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France brake shoes: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France brake shoes: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France brake drums: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France brake drums: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France brake drums: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France catalytic converters: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France catalytic converters: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France catalytic converters: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France exhaust systems: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France exhaust systems: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France exhaust systems: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France shock absorbers: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France shock absorbers: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France shock absorbers: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France windscreen wiper blades: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France windscreen wiper blades and labor parts value
  • Figure: France windscreen wiper blades: spend per vehicle and spend per component
  • Figure: France starter batteries: market volume and replacement rate
  • Figure: France starter batteries: labor and parts value
  • Figure: France starter batteries: spend per vehicle and spend per component
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