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Research and Markets: Market Analysis of the North American Exhaust Components Aftermarket

DUBLIN--Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Market Analysis of the North American Exhaust Components Aftermarket" to their offering.

The Market Analysis of the North American Exhaust Components Aftermarket provides extensive research on manufacturer level or direct-import level sales forecasts, demand analysis, industry challenges, market drivers and restraints, trends by product type, replacement rates, pricing analysis, distribution channel analysis, mark-up by channel, and market share analysis. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: standard mufflers, exhaust pipes, catalytic converters, exhaust manifolds, performance mufflers, cat-back systems, and exhaust tips.

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Market Overview

Long Term Growth in Unit Shipments as well as Revenues of Performance Parts Propel the Exhaust Components Aftermarket Forward

Growth in the North American components aftermarket will be driven by emission regulations that require the replacement of failed or worn out components. While long lasting OE installed parts impede the growth of the aftermarket, the adoption of inspection and maintenance programs in an increasing number of states will drive unit shipments. Further, the transition toward direct-fit components from universal components is expected to expedite revenue generation for the exhaust aftermarket. In the standard exhaust components aftermarket, brand awareness is low and consumers settle for what is available at a reasonable price. In contrast, the performance exhaust segment is characterized by high levels of customer involvement and branding plays a key role in determining purchase decisions. Thus, the performance segment holds enormous potential as the lack of technology standardization gives aftermarket manufacturers the liberty to introduce new features and induce greater product differentiation.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Market Metrics
  • Executive Summary
  • Total North American Exhaust Components Aftermarket
  • North American Standard Exhaust Components Aftermarket
  • North American Performance Exhaust Components Aftermarket