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The Top 10 New Performance Street Products from the 2008 SEMA Show

Gauges, ECU tuners and fuel injection products were among the new performance street products most popular with buyers at the 2008 SEMA Show.

Kelley Blue Book Names Most Researched New Vehicles for First-Half of 2009

Kelley Blue Book, www.kbb.com, recently announced the results of the latest analysis by Kelley Blue Book Market Intelligence of the top 20 most-researched new vehicles for the first half of 2009.

Restylers Use Nontraditional Avenues During Bumpy Times

With the major slowdown of the new-car market, some restylers are finding additional revenue through opportunities they may have overlooked during more fruitful times.

Eliminate Guesswork with SEMA's Aftermarket Industry Benchmarking Program

SEMA recently launched the Aftermarket Industry Program to provide SEMA members with financial data measure and track operational goals and financial performance.

Top 10 New Performance Racing Products

ECU tuners, exhaust wrap and in-car video recorders were among the new performance racing products most popular with buyers at the 2008 SEMA Show.

Enthusiasts Purchase More Used Pickup Trucks

Sales of new fullsize trucks may be down, but 64% of enthusiasts surveyed by SEMA said they bought their truck used—and spent on average more than $2,000 on performance parts and accessories.

Rod and Custom Niche Grows 20% From 2004 Through 2008

Despite reports of a down economy and economic woes, the hot-rod market is alive and well.

SUV and CUV Sales on the Rise

Crossover utility vehicles have outsold SUVs more than 3-to-1 since the beginning of the year, creating a unique opportunity for specialty-equipment manufacturers.

Chevrolet Camaro Market—Mini Report Introduction

The Camaro has been one of the most popular enthusiast vehicles since its introduction as a 1967 model. This mini-report prepared by the SEMA Research and Information Center provides a snapshot look at Camaro enthusiasts.

Top of Mind Consumer Purchase Plan Trend—PADI Comparison

Trends from December 2008 to May 2009 show that more consumers are thinking about buying wheels, tires and suspension products then accessories or performance parts.
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