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Powertrain Systems & Features, 2018/19: United States Consumers’ Priorities, Preferences and Willingness to Pay - ResearchAndMarkets.com

May 16, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 16, 2019--

The “US Consumers’ Priorities, Preferences, and Willingness to Pay for Powertrain Systems and Features, 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Declining diesel share gives rise to newer opportunities for electric vehicles. Understanding consumer needs becomes quintessential toward driving future mobility developments. This research focuses on consumer needs and their willingness to pay for various powertrain features and electric vehicles.

The respondents were questioned based on numerous factors such as reliability, fuel economy, easy availability of the fuel, good everyday performance, low cost of ownership, good resale value, low noise and vibration, inexpensive to purchase, very low/zero emissions, sporty performance, tax credits, and other incentives such as HOV lane access and to understand which motivates them to consider purchasing a vehicle. An overview of the impact of Volkswagen diesel emission scandal and changing consumer perception of diesel has also been captured.

Key Features

The key takeaways of the study include:

Key Issues Addressed

Key Topics Covered

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY

3. VEHICLE OVERVIEW AND DRIVING PROFILE

4. GENERAL PURCHASING CRITERIA

5. FUEL EFFICIENCY VERSUS PERFORMANCE TRADE-OFF AND TECHNOLOGY PRIORITY

6. SATISFACTION WITH THE CURRENT VEHICLE

7. VEHICLE SWITCHING ANALYSIS AND VEHICLE BUDGET

8. POWERTRAIN PREFERENCE IN THE NEXT VEHICLE

9. EXPECTED UPTAKE RATES FOR POWERTRAIN FOR THE NEXT VEHICLE - CONJOINT RESULTS

10. PROFILE OF CONSUMERS CONSIDERING DIFFERENT FUEL ENGINE TYPES

11. WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR DIFFERENT FUEL ENGINE TYPES

12. CONSUMER ATTITUDE AND EXPECTATIONS TOWARD ALTERNATIVE FUEL ENGINES

13. GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES AND COMPANIES TO ACTION

14. CONCLUSIONS

15. APPENDIX

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Related Topics:Automotive Drivetrain and Transmission Components

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE

SOURCE: Research and Markets

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