Consumer Automotive Financial Services in the USA investigates the market for automotive financial services linked to sales of new and used passenger cars to individual buyers in the US. In addition to analysing the market for finance and leasing services, the study also covers vehicle service contracts (sometimes termed extended warranties), GAP protection, prepaid maintenance, tire and wheel protection (also known as road hazard protection), minor damage protection (also known as 'dent and ding' protection), road assistance, creditor insurance, excess wear and tear protection (for leased cars) and motor (auto) insurance.
As such, it provides a definitive overview of the market for consumer 'F&I' products in the US, breaking down results across four regions: the Midwest, the Northeast, the South and the West.
Using survey results for average take-up rates for finance and leasing propositions at the point of sale, data for the size and growth of the automotive finance and leasing market for consumers in the US is provided in terms of gross advances and assets leased for 2009 to 2013 with splits between finance for new and used cars and between finance organised through dealerships at the point of sale and directly with banks or other lending institutions.
Moreover, also by means of data for average take-up rates, the markets for vehicle service contracts, GAP protection, prepaid maintenance, tire and wheel protection, minor damage protection, road assistance, creditor insurance and excess wear and tear protection are sized in terms of gross written premiums and other revenues sold through the automotive trade (i.e. via dealers and manufacturers) in 2013. These markets, estimated to be worth over USD 28.5 billion in total in 2013, are broken down between new and used cars, and between new contracts sold during 2013 and in-force business sold in previous years but still being renewed in 2013.
The report draws on a survey of 250 leading car dealerships, of which almost one fifth are specialist used car dealers, as well as an analysis of the approach to consumer automotive financial services of 40 car manufacturer brands in the US. The PartnerBASE™ dataset that accompanies the report details each of the marketing initiatives for consumer automotive financial services traced by Finaccord for both dealers and manufacturers; a market data annexe is also available in a convenient spreadsheet format.
In addition to captive finance companies owned by manufacturer brands, organisations covered by the report include Allstate, Ally Financial, Arch Insurance Group, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, CNA National Warranty, Cross Country Motor Club, JM Family Enterprises, Safe-Guard, Santander Consumer USA, The Warranty Group, Warrantech Automotive, Wells Fargo and Zurich. Together, the report and database will provide you with the definitive guide to current and future opportunities in consumer automotive financial services in the US.
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