Rising Vehicle Lifespan and Sustainability Drive Growth in the Global Automotive Coolant Industry to 2028

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Global Automotive Coolant Market

Global Automotive Coolant Market

Global Automotive Coolant Market

Dublin, Sept. 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Automotive Coolant Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2023-2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global automotive coolant market, valued at US$ 4.8 billion in 2022, is poised for significant growth in the coming years, with projections indicating a rise to US$ 6.6 billion by 2028.

This impressive growth is expected to be driven by several key factors and trends in the automotive industry.

Automotive coolant, commonly known as antifreeze, is a crucial component used to regulate a vehicle’s temperature within a specific range.

It is primarily composed of ethylene glycol or propylene glycol mixed with water and contains additives such as corrosion inhibitors and antifoam agents, enhancing engine performance. The primary function of coolants is to prevent automobile radiators from overheating during summer and freezing in winter, thus averting potential breakdowns.

Key Growth Drivers:

  1. Thriving Automotive Industry: The global automotive industry’s robust performance is a primary catalyst behind the market’s growth. There has been a notable increase in the demand for passenger vehicles in recent years, significantly contributing to the market’s expansion.

  2. Stringent Regulatory Policies: Regulatory policies governing the safe disposal and recycling of antifreeze materials have driven the adoption of reusable coolant variants. Awareness among consumers about proper disposal practices has also increased, as used coolants can contain toxic heavy metals harmful to the environment and soil.

  3. Technological Advancements: Manufacturers are formulating advanced coolants using technologies such as Inorganic Acid Technology (IAT), Hybrid Organic Acid Technology (HOAT), and Organic Acid Technology (OAT). These innovations result in the creation of silica- and phosphate-free products, further boosting market growth.

  4. Increased Vehicle Lifespan: Improvements in the average lifespan of vehicles have led to a higher demand for quality automotive coolants. Longer vehicle lifespans necessitate effective coolant solutions for prolonged performance.

  5. Environment-Friendly Coolants: The introduction of environment-friendly coolant options aligns with growing sustainability efforts and environmental awareness.

  6. Rising Disposable Incomes: The disposable incomes of consumers have been on the rise, contributing to increased spending on automotive maintenance and coolant products.

Market Segmentation:

The report offers a detailed analysis of key trends within various segments of the global automotive coolant market. The market is segmented based on product, type, application, and end-user.

Product Types:

  • Ethylene Glycol

  • Propylene Glycol

  • Glycerin

Coolant Types:

  • Inorganic Acid

  • Organic Acid

  • Hybrid Organic Acid

  • Others


  • Passenger Cars

  • Commercial Vehicles

  • Two Wheelers

  • Others

End-User Segments:

Regional Insights:

  • North America

  • Asia Pacific

  • Europe

  • Middle East and Africa

  • Latin America

Competitive Landscape:

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the competitive landscape within the global automotive coolant market. Key players in the industry include Total S.A. (Total), ExxonMobil, Castrol Limited, The British Petroleum Plc, Cummins Inc., Royal Dutch Shell Plc, BASF SE, Chevron Corporation, The PJSC LUKOIL, Motul S.A., and China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group), among others.

Key Questions Addressed:

  1. How has the global automotive coolant market performed, and what is its growth outlook?

  2. What

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Toyota dealers nonetheless want compact pickup to take on Maverick

The comparison is not shed on Steve Gates, the current chairman of the Toyota National Dealer Council, and dealer principal of Gates Car Family, a group of 11 rooftops in Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana that involves 3 Toyota shops as perfectly as a Ford keep. An unabashed Toyota enthusiast — Gates has been advertising Toyotas in Kentucky due to the fact he was 18 — he is been asking for a compact Toyota pickup “considering the fact that back again in the Jim Press times,” he reported, referring to the longtime brand name govt who still left the company in 2007. And now that Gates has seen what Maverick has done at his very own Ford store, he is even additional confident.

“We’re totally marketed out of Maverick, and we are bought out as far as we can perhaps see, and it hasn’t affected Ranger or F-150 a person little bit,” Gates claimed. “The top quality small truck is Toyota’s DNA. We listen to all the time, quite a few periods a 7 days, tales of persons who had more mature Toyota trucks, just before those trucks even experienced a identify, and they long for an additional smaller Toyota truck. I believe the quantity chance is huge, devoid of influencing Tacoma and Tundra income.”

Gates stated he and other members of the supplier council’s product or service committee have produced the request formally.

Toyota’s first pickup in the U.S. was the Toyota Stout in the mid-1960s. For 20 a long time, all of its compact pickups had single-row seating, typically a bench seat, and a little mattress. It wasn’t until finally the fifth-technology Toyota pickup debuted in 1989 that the manufacturer supplied any storage or seating room behind the front row seats.

Danny Wilson, supplier principal at Wilson Toyota of Ames in Iowa, who preceded Gates as dealer council chairman, claimed a unibody compact pickup would be a “fantastic participate in on the heritage of Toyota” as properly as supplying dealers an additional product or service to market.

“The tiny pickup truck? That is the place matters started off for Toyota,” stated Wilson, who’s also on the product or service committee.

“I feel that would be sort of a great way of thinking. It really is usually worked well when we have gone back to our roots. What we think is previous, the up coming technology thinks is new and awesome.”

Wilson cautioned, having said that, that these a truck would have to be up to date. “There’s bought to be a minimal little bit of utility to it it are not able to be just a two-seater with a bed.”

He stated Toyota’s platform technique would allow for supplemental flexibility that was not there historically.

“I consider with the new platforms and the way they are accomplishing production, with the way it’s established up, they can switch the faucet up and down to get it exactly where it needs to be from a production standpoint,” if it really is

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2024 Sherco Off-Roaders Review – Cycle News

Kit Palmer | September 9, 2023

The French manufacturer Sherco recently pulled the covers off its latest fleet of enduro bikes bound for U.S. soil. This includes four SEF Factory four-stroke models (250, 300, 450 and 500cc), three SE Factory two-strokes (125, 250 and 300cc) and two new HRD SE Factory RS four-stroke dual sport models (125 and 500cc). Two new HRD SM Factory RS four-stroke supermoto models (125 and 500cc) are also coming our way.

Cycle News just returned from the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas, where we got to sample them all.

The 2024 Sherco 300 SEF Factory four-stroke has more power but is just as tractable.

Photography by Andrew Nguyen/WinPic Photography

Mesquite Madness

Sherco factory racers Cody Webb, Cooper Abbott and 14-time U.S. Trials Champion Pat Smage were on hand for our visit and laid out a short but tight and twisty single-track loop for the media to play on. The course weaved its way through the endless sea of thorn-rich Mesquite trees, and despite the ultra-dry and dusty conditions, the trail was great fun that still demanded your attention and provided a good initial testing ground for the bikes. The only catch (besides the thorns) was having only a few hours to work with because the folks from Sherco were trying to squeeze us in during their annual dealer meeting. Hey, little is better than nothing. With the small window of opportunity, my goal was to get at least one lap on each of the seven enduro and two dual sport bikes—it was tight, but mission accomplished. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get in the two supermoto bikes. Those will have to wait.

Here are a few takeaways from each bike.

2024 Sherco 125 dual-sport motorcycle
Welcome one of Sherco’s two new dual-sport models, the 125 HRD SE Factory RS. It’s got to be the coolest-looking entry-level motorcycle out there.

SE Factory 125

The Sherco SE Factory 125 is unchanged for 2024. Like its bigger two-stroke siblings, the SE 250 and 300, it features a steel frame, KYB suspension, Brembo brakes and an electronic powervalve. You also have a couple of maps from which to choose via a switch on the right handlebar. It’s carbureted via a 36mm Keihin PWK, and there is no kickstarter. Instead, it carries a battery to power the 125’s e-button.

2024 Sherco 125 dual sport motorcycle
The 125cc dual sport is EPA friendly and a fun cruiser on the trail.


  • It’s fast with decent low-end and smooth power delivery—for a 125, of course. The clutch is your best friend, and it gets used a lot. Luckily, clutch pull is light, has excellent modulation and feels durable.
  • The bike handles quickly and feels light despite its claimed 220-plus pounds, which is somewhat up there for a 1-2-5. Excess weight comes from its starter motor and battery, strategically placed low in the chassis.
  • The 125 SE is great fun but takes some getting used to if you haven’t ridden a 125cc, or even a two-stroke, for that matter, in the woods in a while.
2024 Sherco 300 SEF right side
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