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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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2008 Trends and Forecasts - Q3 Update

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The third quarter of 2008 took quite a beating—gas prices skyrocketed, vehicle sales dropped, consumer confidence tanked—but depending on what type of consumers being considered, things may not be as bad as one may think. Sure, consumers, in general, felt less optimistic during the summer months, but those that are considered “enthusiasts” may have helped keep the industry moving forward.

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2008 Trends and Forecasts – Q2 Update

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The 2008 Q2 Quarterly Update offers readers an update to some regularly occurring items: new-vehicle sales and forecasts as well as the SEMA Performance Parts and Accessories Demand Index (PADI). However, the third section of this report offers something new: insight into how SEMA members rate business trends, which serves to benchmark the activities of the current specialty-equipment industry.

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