Key findings

With an average annual growth rate by 1.9% in 2013, the car aftermarket is once again proving to be a stable economic factor in Europe.

Almost 18% of the European aftermarket is accounted for Germany.

The entire car after sales market in Europe, including all acquired components for a car, generated about 119 billion Euros in 2013 (based on retail prices excluding VAT, only material without salary).  The components which were included in the calculation of the market volume are wear parts, body parts, engines, transmissions, electrical parts, automotive glass, chemicals, oil, tires, paint.

These are some of the key results from the new report "The Car Aftermarket in Europe 2014" created by wolk after sales experts.

The team of highly specialized aftermarket analysts from Bergisch Gladbach (Germany) has recently published the 2014 edition of the European aftermarket structure analysis for 34 European countries for the third time in a row after 2009 and 2012.
An after sales alliance network with after sales specialists in several European countries supported th preparation of this report with their local expertise.


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