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Report indicates that vehicle failure that requires a repair workshop are more common in the U.S. than in Europe. Compared to Europe, the U.S. repair market was found to be dominated by large-volume repair. A recent study by Accenture found that the U.S. demand for replacement parts is twice as high as the global demand. For 2010-2014, Accenture estimated that the global automotive market will be around 9 billion vehicles and demand for replacement parts will be around $215 billion. The United States market will be around $83 billion in demand for replacement parts, with the replacement demand from engines to the most commonly used transmission . This is 3% of the total demand, while the demand for the Europe is around 4%. Established markets The U.S. market has been established since the early 1970s. In 2014, the U.S. market was dominated by six brands; Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Hyundai, Honda, and Fiat Chrysler, representing 51% of the total market, with Toyota as the largest of the six. The U.S. market also had a large presence of foreign brands: Nissan, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz. The Nissan-Renault alliance was the largest foreign brand in the United States, with the Japanese brand accounting for 24.2% of the total market. Honda and BMW were the second-largest foreign brands with a 9.9% and 8.7% market share, respectively. In 2014, foreign brands accounted for 20% of the total U.S. market, while domestic brands accounted for 80%. This was the largest share in U.S. history. Within the domestic brand category, General Motors dominated the market with 28.5% market share, followed by Ford with a 22.7% market share, Toyota with 13.8% market share, and Hyundai with a 13.2% market share. Of the foreign brands, Nissan dominated the U.S. market with 17.9% market share, followed by Volkswagen with 11.5% market share, and Mercedes-Benz with 11.3% market share. Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz accounted for a majority of the market share of the foreign brands. A 2011 study found that of the top 30 brands in the U.S., only four were Japanese. Toyota was the number one Japanese car brand in the U.S. followed by Honda, Nissan, and Subaru. Global demand for vehicles Worldwide, demand for vehicles has




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