While E-commerce sales grew, units sold at physical stores declined, Circana reports.
The name conveys the company’s 360-degree, full-circle understanding of the consumer and market.
Todd Campau (at right) of S&P Global Mobility and The NPD Group’s Nathan Shipley will present on top automotive trends.
Awards were given to brands with the highest increase in U.S. market share, in four key areas over the past 12 months.
NPD’s Nathan Shipley looks at the many moving pieces attributing to the industry’s recent spike in demand.
Growth driven by second quarter sales, up 14% April through June versus past year.
Lower fuel prices at the pump may be providing a greater incentive for consumers to hit the road.
Across the country, larger tires are rising in popularity – 17-inch-plus rim diameter tires have gained nearly 12 unit share points over the past three years, according to retail sales data from The NPD Group.
Brazil’s auto parts measured aftermarket, which serves more than 60 million vehicles, increased 7.3 percent in 2018, from $1.81 billion to $1.94 billion.
Most recently, Shipley held the role of director and industry analyst for the past two years, serving as NPD’s automotive aftermarket spokesperson and providing industry insights on key trends and future growth opportunities.
US Automotive Aftermarket Sees Moderate Mid-Year Sales Growth, Coinciding With The Current Miles Driven Trend
The storyline for the U.S. automotive aftermarket mid-way through last year was that average retail prices were down, yet dollar sales continued to grow, according to the study by The NPD Group. That story has changed in 2017.