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Can I Get a Toyota Window Sticker from the VIN Number?

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Yes, a Toyota VIN number can be used to get the Toyota window sticker and the history of the car. The 17 digits VIN can tell you what options the vehicle has and other factory information about the car. To decode the Toyota VIN, the first three digits represent the make, model, and manufacturer. The fourth digit codes for the safety features of the vehicle.

The fifth digit through eight represents the vehicle trim level or series, engine, and maybe the transmission. The ninth, tenth and eleventh digits correspond to the security code/check digit, model year, and assembly plant respectively. The last six digits represent the serial number.

How to Get a Toyota Window Sticker From the VIN?

You can pull the details of a Toyota window sticker by using the VIN. The information you get will be similar to the kind of sticker you find on new cars at the dealer’s inventory. by using the VIN. Unlike Monroney stickers, is able to provide dealerships with custom window stickers that will contain the logo of the auto business. You can also get the window sticker by providing the year, make and model of the Toyota car.

What Information Can I Get From a Toyota Window Sticker?

  1. Model Information

This is where you will find the basic model information for the vehicle. The section tells you about the engine and transmission combination, exterior and interior color, the model year, and the trim level of the car. You can quickly ensure that the car in front of you has the engine and color configuration that suits you.

  1. Standard equipment

Here, you can find all the items and features that are included in the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). The items listed should be consistent with any other car with this trim level. Usually, these items are grouped into categories like Exterior, Interior, Safety, Comfort, and Mechanical/Performance.

  1. Warranty Information

This section reveals the length of the new car’s comprehensive and gear train warranties and notes any road assistance package that the manufacturer offers.

The comprehensive warranty covers most vehicle parts between your car’s front and rear bumpers. . Most new cars come with a 3- or 5-year comprehensive warranty and some new cars also come with free maintenance programs, which is also part of the warranty information.

  1.  Optional Equipment

This will tell you about the vehicle’s installed factory options. Knowing the options of a vehicle can help you price it correctly and make comparisons with other similar cars on the dealer’s lot.

  1. Pricing Information

A window sticker can provide the base price of the vehicle and an analysis of the options and fees. Other things to be listed here are the shipping fee and any tax levied on cars with a combined mpg of 22.5 or less. 

  1. Parts Content Information

In some cases, where some parts are manufactured in different countries like the USA and Canada, this section provides information about where the vehicle was assembled and often the percentage of the U.S. and Canadian parts it contains.

  1. MSRP

This is the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of the vehicle. This price will give you a point of reference for your negotiations. So it doesn’t mean you have to pay the price. 

  1. Fuel Economy Label

The label, also called an EPA label, provides an estimate of the vehicle’s fuel efficiency. This can help you to compare the mpg numbers on one car and another car. You have to carefully pay attention to the combined mpg number, which is the most striking thing to note.

  1. QR Code

Scanning this code with a QR code scanner on your phone will link you to the mobile EPA website. You can compare the fuel economy of several cars and also customize your driving stats to get personalized fuel economy data.

  1. Safety Ratings

Every year, the NHTSA tests a number of new vehicles and issues star ratings based on the results. This information is in the safety rating section of the window sticker. Sometimes, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) scores also are indicated on the window sticker.

Since NHTSA doesn’t test every car on the market, the safety rating section might be blank. You can check the IIHS website for more information about the safety rating of your vehicle.

When shopping for a new or used Toyota, it’s important for you to first look at the Toyota Monroney sticker. Once you’ve got it, take your time to pay attention to all the sections of the window sticker. 

Whether you’re buying a new or used Toyota car from a seller in person or on the internet, ensure you get the window sticker of the vehicle before any serious commitment.

Once you have all the information the Toyota window sticker contains, you can accurately determine the best price to pay for a car and if it’s the right car for you.

Adewale Peter

Adewale Peter

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