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Why Millennials Aren't Buying Cars

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46% of 18-24 drivers would choose internet access over their car (NYT 2012). Wait, how is that a choice? And what does the internet have to do with car ownership anyway?
Adapted from a presentation at Kain Automotive (kaintraining.com), I explore why exactly millennials aren't enamored with the ideal of cars--and how car dealerships and brands can change their mind. Feel free to tweet me with questions (@LindseyKirchoff) or email HowToMarketToMe@gmail.com. Enjoy!

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Why Millennials Aren't Buying Cars

  1. 1. WHY MILLENIALS AREN’TBUYING CARS—AND WHATYOU CAN DO TO FIGHT IT
  2. 2. AGENDA1 Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Cars2 How This Affects the Car Industry Change their mind: Before and After the3 Dealership4 What the Future Looks Like
  3. 3. • HubSpot (Inbound Marketing Software) Media Relations • Millennial Marketing Blogger LindseyLindsey Kirchoff@LindseyKirchoff
  4. 4. WHO ARE MILLENNIALS?Born from 1980-2000 (Ages 12-32 today)80 Million in US, 23% of total population$1 Trillion in spending
  5. 5. BY 2025, MILLENNIALS WILL ACCOUNT FOR 75% OF ALL VEHICLES PURCHASED. TIME 2012
  6. 6. We’re less into cars thanprevious generationswere at our age.
  7. 7. Did you have your driver’s license when you were 16?How about 19?
  8. 8. Only 30% of 16 year olds had licenses in 2008.For those 19 and under, that percentage was stillless than 50%. Forbes 2012
  9. 9. New Vehicles Sold 21-34 Year Olds38% 27% The Atlantic 2012
  10. 10. THE INHERENT VALUE OF CARS IS DECREASING BECAUSE THE NEED TO LEAVE THE HOUSE IS DECREASING.
  11. 11. USED TO NEED A CAR FOR
  12. 12. USED TO NEED A CAR FOR BUT NOW WE HAVE
  13. 13. 46% of 18-24drivers wouldchoose theinternet overtheir car New York Times
  14. 14. MeetDawsonHe’s just youraverage 90ssoap opera teenwho loves themovies.
  15. 15. In the 90s, this is how he followed his film passion….
  16. 16. But today, he would probably do it all online.
  17. 17. The freedom you once got behind the wheel…
  18. 18. …is now behind a screen.
  19. 19. YOU DON’T JUST HAVE TOCONVINCE US TO BUY YOUR CAR.
  20. 20. YOU DON’T JUST HAVE TOCONVINCE US TO BUY YOUR CAR. YOU HAVE TO CONVINCE US TO BUY A CAR.
  21. 21. The average car costs $30,000 and sits parked 23hours a day. New York Times 2010
  22. 22. 18-29 year olds want to live neCities 2012 62% public transportation
  23. 23. 66% 18-24 year olds prefer tolive in walk-able communities Atlantic Cities
  24. 24. Car Sharing
  25. 25. Car Sharing767,000+ members300+ college campuses10,000+ cars (30 models)
  26. 26. Competition is changing fast
  27. 27. HOW CAN THECAR INDUSTRYTURN THINGSAROUND?Wired
  28. 28. More than 82% of millennials say they are“excited” to shop for a vehicle. (Only 71.2% of Gen X and 66.3% of Baby Boomers claim the same). Deloitte 2011
  29. 29. NOURISH THAT EXCITEMENT BY CONNECTING WITH MILLENNIALS THE WAY THEY WANT TO COMMUNICATE.
  30. 30. The Internet is the New Showroom
  31. 31. The #1 reasonmillennials visitdealerships is totest-drive a car,not gatherinformation. Deloitte 2011
  32. 32. “ I CAN’T EVEN SEE MYSELF GOING INTO A CAR DEALERSHIP FOR AT LEAST 4 YEARS.Jon, 22 ”
  33. 33. Grow yourrelationship onlinefirst.
  34. 34. Millennials visit an average of 25 sitesbefore buying a vehicle. AutoNews 2012
  35. 35. 1Millennial1 WebResearch 88% Comparison References 87% Manufacturer’s 86% websiteSearchEngines Deloitte 2011
  36. 36. 25% of millennials researched a vehiclebrand/model on social media in 2009.In 2011, that number grew to 67%. Deloitte 2011
  37. 37. 86% skip TV ads 44% of direct mail is never opened 91% unsubscribe200mSay DO NOT CALL 37
  38. 38. The new marketing playbook SEO Social Media Blogging Email Marketing Lead Nurturing Social CRM Landing Pages Video Marketing Automation Marketing Analytics
  39. 39. • Brochures • Radio/TVInstead of commercials • Interruptive online advertisements
  40. 40. • Brochures • Radio/TV Instead of commercials • Interruptive online advertisements• Interactive, informative websites• Inbound marketing• Comparison resources Try
  41. 41. How to buy your first car
  42. 42. Buying Your First Car: Everything You Need to Know!Smart Dealership
  43. 43. OK, but how else do I engagemillennials BEFORE they come to my dealership?
  44. 44. Use the Surrounding Millennial Community: Get their online data directly, stay in touch Graduation Class of 2013 New Job Moving
  45. 45. Use the Surrounding Millennial Community: Hire Millennial Writers/Sales People
  46. 46. Millennials at the Dealership
  47. 47. Over half of millennials consider negotiations with acar salesman more painful than a trip to thedentist. AutoNews 2012
  48. 48. 52% millennials who’vehad a bad experience witha dealer never considerbuying that brand again Deloitte 2011
  49. 49. EDUCATE, THEN SELL.
  50. 50. DO• Start courting process online• Know comparative data• Focus on features, not sales• Woo Parents/Friends• Follow-up ASAP Auto News 2012
  51. 51. DO DON’T• Start courting process • Haggle online • Contradict• Know comparative online/comparative data data• Focus on features, • Rely on brand not sales loyalty• Woo Parents/Friends• Follow-up ASAP Auto News 2012
  52. 52. Features We’re Looking For • 59% prefer hybrids • Gas mileage • Long-term value Time 2012
  53. 53. Seal the Deal Messaging Will having a car make me more attractive to employers?
  54. 54. Seal the Deal MessagingWill buying a carnow save me moneyin the long term?
  55. 55. Seal the Deal Messaging What experiences can you only have with a car?Music festivals, road trips, surprise visits, long-distance relation/friendships—>Having a car helps me maintain the relationships I have online.
  56. 56. Seal the Deal Messaginghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xznLjEdrzg
  57. 57. WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
  58. 58. My Story• 1 car per house My car has great mileage, is fully paid for—and sitting in my driveway in my hometown. I can’t find a place for it in my new life in the city.
  59. 59. “ GENERATION Y IS THE MOST MOBILE GENERATION EVER.UrbanLand ”
  60. 60. One-third ofpeople in their20s move to anew residenceevery year.
  61. 61. Ideal Dealership• Get a car when you get a house• Shorter leases• Trade-in by location• Group ownership
  62. 62. FINAL THOUGHTS
  63. 63. Thank you!Lindsey Kirchoff@LindseyKirchoffHowToMarketToMe.comHowToMarketToMe@gmail.com HubSpot.com Blog.HubSpot.com Marketing.Grader.com

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