Vehicle aftermarket sales rose 5.4% in 2004

July 1, 2005
United States motor vehicle aftermarket sales increased by 5.4% in 2004 to $257 billion, according to the 2005/2006 Aftermarket Factbook recently published

United States motor vehicle aftermarket sales increased by 5.4% in 2004 to $257 billion, according to the 2005/2006 Aftermarket Factbook recently published by the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA).

Industry growth was led by the medium- and heavy-duty segment, which expanded 7.1% to $66.5 billion. The automotive light-vehicle segment rose 4.8% to $190.5 billion.

The Factbook has tables, charts, analysis, and trends in the United States and international markets covering:

  • Overall size of the automotive (light-duty) aftermarket.
  • Overall size of the heavy duty aftermarket.
  • Key aftermarket segments.
  • DIY and DIFM consumer trends.
  • Vehicle registrations and sales.
  • Vehicle usage statistics and operating costs.
  • Miles driven.
  • Purchases of aftermarket accessories.
  • Sales of automotive chemicals and fluids.
  • State summary statistics.
  • US trade data of motor vehicle parts and accessories.
  • nformation on the Chinese and Canadian aftermarkets.
  • Key economic and financial indicators.
  • Guide to aftermarket data resources.

The four-color Factbook is priced at $125 for AAIA members and $225 for non-members. To order, phone 301-654-6664 or order online at www.aftermarket.org. Discounts are provided for multiple copies.

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of FleetOwner, create an account today!

Sponsored Recommendations

Leveraging telematics to get the most from insurance

Fleet owners are quickly adopting telematics as part of their risk mitigation strategy. Here’s why.

Reliable EV Charging Solution for Last-Mile Delivery Fleets

Selecting the right EV charging infrastructure and the right partner to best solve your needs are critical. Learn which solution PepsiCo is choosing to power their fleet and help...

Overcoming Common Roadblocks Associated with Fleet Electrification at Scale

Fleets in the United States, are increasingly transitioning from internal combustion engine vehicles to electric vehicles. While this shift presents challenges, there are strategies...

Report: The 2024 State of Heavy-Duty Repair

From capitalizing on the latest revenue trends to implementing strategic financial planning—this report serves as a roadmap for navigating the challenges and opportunities of ...