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2010 Annual Market Report

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The SEMA Market Report provides a review of the automotive specialty equipment market, a somewhat difficult to define subset of the much broader automotive aftermarket industry.  Within the specialty sector, SEMA tracks nine primary niches, each of which is broken into three product categories. This report is intended to help SEMA member companies identify opportunities and trends and to make better business decisions by presenting the most complete and accurate data available.

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2009 SEMA Market Study

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In 2008, retail sales of specialty automotive products dropped to $31.85 billion. Despite the decline, the market is up 37% compared to ten years in 1999.  This report provides an overall look at the entire specialty-equipment market.  This market is broken down into nine niches, and each niche contains three segments. 

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2009 SUV and CUV Report

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2009 SUV and CUV Report, SEMA Research CenterThe light truck market as a whole includes pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles (SUVs), crossover utility vehicles (CUVs) vans and even commercial chassis. When referring to this market SEMA has traditionally limited the scope to pickup trucks, both midsize and fullsize. However, SUVs have been a popular choice for accessorization.

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The SEMA/AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH CENTER MPG Challenge 2008

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Record high gasoline prices were realized during the summer of 2008, with serious ramifications for commuters (especially those with long commutes and/or low mpg vehicles like pickup trucks and SUVs), automobile manufacturers, and the overall economy.

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Use of Advanced In-Vehicle Technology by Young and Older Early Adopters

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Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an in-vehicle convenience feature designed to maintain a set speed and, when applicable, adjust the set speed to maintain a specified distance from a lead vehicle. When following another vehicle, the ACC system will automatically slow down or speed up in responses to changes in the lead vehicle’s speed.

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2008 Trends and Forecasts - Q4 Update

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The specialty-equipment industry took a hit in 2008 as consumers scaled back their purchases—new vehicle sales dropped 35% during the third quarter alone, for example—but depending on the type of consumers analyzed, spending varied significantly.

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Specialty Automotive Aftermarket in Australia

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Australia, a country of 20 million people, is world famous for a citizenry whose love of cars and vehicle customization is on a par with that of the United States, and perhaps more so in some sectors. With more than 14 million vehicles and a population a mere one-tenth the size of the U.S., Australia has one of the highest ownership of vehicles per capita in the world.

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2008 Light Truck Report - Executive Summary

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2008 Compact Performance Market Update - Executive Summary

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Retail sales for the Compact Performance niche reached new heights during 2007, peaking at $6.688 billion for the year. This accounted for a 12.21% increase over 2006: the 10th consecutive year since SEMA began documenting the segment separately.

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