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Market Growth Fueled by a Reviving Economy, Business Investments, and Changing Attitudes toward Mobility
This study details the company car market in Spain, particularly the financial and operational leasing of passenger vehicles (PVs) and light commercial vehicles (LCVs). Analysis covers the country’s environment for fleet vehicle leasing growth opportunities on the basis of historic data and current market conditions (PESTLE analysis). Also, discussion includes the drivers and restraints likely to impact the fleet and leasing industry. Finally, market segmentation and a comparison between suppliers of vehicle leasing in Spain are explored. Aiding to the analysis, the study displays market size, by segment, in new registrations and portfolio forecasting from 2015 to 2019.
Research Objectives and Methodology
Market analysis and forecast scenario for the fleet and leasing market in Spain
- The aim of the study is to analyze and forecast the Spanish fleet leasing market and identify growth opportunities for market participants in the country.
- The study focuses in detail on the following elements: New fleet and portfolio fleet sales, vehicle lease products (operating lease, financial lease, outright purchase sales), leasing supplier trend—top participants in financial and operational leasing, growth drivers, restraints, and challenges for the fleet leasing market.
Frost & Sullivan’s research study is based on secondary and primary research data.
This involves the extraction of information from existing research services and project material within the F&S database. It includes data and information gathered from technical papers, specialized magazines, seminars, and Internet research.
More than 10 interviews have been conducted over the phone or by visits from senior consultants/industry analysts with original equipment suppliers, regulation authorities, and distributors. Primary research accounts for 80% of the total research.
Total Market includes all passenger and light commercial vehicles.
Total Fleet includes all passenger and light commercial vehicles registered to a business.
Company Car Market, also known as true fleet, is the proportion of fleet vehicles that remains after excluding short-term rental (rent-a-car) volume; vehicles registered to dealers as demonstrator cars; units taken into stock; and also private lease contracts.
New Registration (fleet/business) includes new vehicles delivered to the owner within a calendar year; a vehicle order placed in one year but not delivered to the next will be counted only in the year that the vehicle is delivered.
Portfolio is the total volume of operated vehicles that remain on the roads at the end of a calendar year. It is also known as vehicle in operation (VIO) or vehicle parc.
Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) are under t in gross weight and accordingly registered—including passenger cars modified to allow the vehicle to be registered and taxed as an LCV.
Financial Lease is a contract, whereby the lease contract holder (lessee) accepts the risk related to depreciation (referred to as residual value) and the leasing vehicle provider (lessor) bears the financing risk. The lessee decides when and how to dispose of the vehicle at the end of lease contract.
Operational Lease is a contract, also known as a full service lease, a long-term rental, whereby the leasing vehicle provider (lessor) accepts both the financing and residual value risk. Under the terms of an operating lease the lessor is responsible for selling the operated vehicle once the lease contract ends or when the lease contract holder (lessee) no longer requires the vehicle (A contract typically may be terminated early or extended beyond the initial agreed contract length.).
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