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Most Serviced Vehicles of 2017

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For the first time Autodata, a global leader in automotive technical information for professionals, has published an industry report that shares the top 10 most serviced cars, LCVs, motorcycles, hybrids, electric, petrol, and diesel vehicles this year in the 20 countries (21 for motorcycles) with the highest usage of Autodata’s technical information.

Automotive aftermarket professionals (workshops/garages/repair shops and roadside assistance) in over 100 countries have access to Autodata’s precise technical information, which is required to effectively service, maintain and repair vehicles from more than 155 manufacturers.

The top 10 lists are based on the number of service schedules accessed by Autodata’s subscribers. With over 77,000 professional automotive workshops/garages/repair shops currently subscribed to Autodata’s technical information applications, the report gives insight into servicing, maintenance and repair (SMR) trends over the year, the life cycles of specific vehicle models, and how the vehicles serviced vary across different countries and terrains. 

The 21 countries covered in the Most Serviced Vehicles of 2017 report include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and America for motorcycles only.

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