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CNW's Automotive Purchase Path Study - Wave XII
CNW Research's latest wave of the automotive purchase process is the culmination of more than a decade of research examining the new vehicle Purchase Intender. Wave XII is available now and includes full year 2010 data.
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This market study profiles these prospects and their use of information sources as they move through the purchase cycle. While the latest "wave" continues to examine the buying process by segment and brand, it also focuses on the issue of brand considerations and importance as well as how media and non-media sources work together during the purchase cycle leading the consumer to the final brand acquisition.
Areas that are profiled in the study include:
-- The size and income levels of the intender market.
-- Reasons why consumers enter and leave the new vehicle marketplace.
-- Consumer "wish lists" of products and services.
-- Sources of information and primary focus by brand (Audi, Ford, Honda etc.)
-- Tracking brand consideration on the consumer shopping list.
-- Conditions influencing brand selection.
-- Brand/model retention rates.
-- Brand/model loyalty rates.
CNW's Conference Center
CNW Research's Vista del Lago conference center has hosted executive sessions for automotive executives. While some major renovations continue, the Center is accepting Session dates for 2011.
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The Brain Trust
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