The 2023 Joint Channel Forecast report provides valuable insights and strategic guidance for the automotive aftermarket.
Affordability, range anxiety and a home charging setup remain top areas of concern about electric vehicles.
Yesterday’s turbo lag was eliminated thanks to years of development and a bit of clever engineering.
The research was commissioned by ASE with the online survey conducted by b4 Branding, an independent research firm.
Electric cars need 30% fewer aftermarket components, but create significant new opportunities, study shows.
CarMD publishes this report annually to bring awareness about the importance of check engine light health.
You’re part of a $400 billion dollar domestic industry which, in turn, is part of a $1.6 trillion global industry!
On Thursday, Aug. 18, Nolan will discuss the topic of leadership as a trailblazer in the automotive aftermarket.
The global ADAS market was valued at a CAGR of 18.3% by next decade, according to Straits Research.
Total new-vehicle sales for June 2022, including retail and non-retail transactions, are projected to reach 1,133,000 units.
The Auto Care Association/AASA Joint Channel Forecast shares the forecast for 2023 as well.
The ATMC training benchmarks survey is conducted annually within the automotive and heavy-duty industry.