Market Research Report
China Automotive Distribution and Aftermarket Industry Report, 2019-2025
|Published by||ResearchInChina||Product code||298457|
|Published||Content info||195 Pages
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|China Automotive Distribution and Aftermarket Industry Report, 2019-2025|
|Published: March 27, 2019||Content info: 195 Pages||
Spurred by downstream demand, China's automobile production and sales sustained solid growth during 2011-2017, making a new high record in 2017. As the car sharing market is expanding apace, China just produced 27.81 million automobiles and sold 28.08 million units in 2018, both declining from the year before, by 4.2% and 2.8%, respectively.
In the meantime, the trading volume of used cars in the Chinese market has been rising over the years, reaching 13.82 million units in 2018, 11.5% more than in the previous year.
China's automotive distribution and aftermarket industry features intense competition and a scattered pattern. In 2017, the top 100 auto dealers in China sold a total of 8.48 million units, occupying a mere 20.5% of the total automobile sales (including the used cars). By the end of 2017, they had run 6,267 4S outlets, or 27.8% of the country's total.
Flocks of Chinese auto dealers turn to the aftermarket to reap benefits in recent years, arising from vehicle distribution gross margin of less than 5% and after-sale services' whopping 40%.
China Automotive Distribution and Aftermarket Industry Report, 2019-2025 highlights the following:
China automotive distribution industry (distribution modes, profit models, competitive pattern and development trends);
China new car sales, used car sales, automotive finance, car maintenance & beauty and automotive insurance markets (status quo, market size, competitive landscape, development trends, etc.);
14 auto dealers (operation, revenue structure, gross margin, and automotive distribution and aftermarket business).