Every new vehicle in the United States comes with a Window Sticker (Monroney sticker)
that lists important information about the vehicle. It list such things as
what kind of vehicle it is, year built, color, MSRP (Manufacturers Suggested Retail
Price), technical specifications, standard and optional equipment installed
and Fuel Economy ratings.
It is very useful to obtain a window sticker. If you are a potential buyer,
you can confirm that the vehicle has the features you are looking for and if you
are a seller, it would be an easy way to obtain detailed information about the
vehicle that you can list, advertise, or forward to potential buyer.
To get the window sticker all you need is the VIN number, which is easy
to find. It is on the vehicle dashboard and/or doorjamb, on the DMV
registration papers, on the title, and on your insurance card.
How to decode your VIN number. Find out what your VIN means here.