Buick Window Sticker | Get A Free Monroney Label and VIN Decoder for Buick
Updated: Sep 11, 2020
Window stickers provide a vehicle’s original equipment in an easy to read format that can be interpreted at a glance. We want to give you the ability to generate an original Buick Window Sticker detailing all the options and features your vehicle was manufactured with.
In this article you will find a tool to decode your Buick VIN and answer the following FAQs:
How do I get an original Monroney Label for my Buick?
Where can I find my VIN?
What information does the Buick window sticker include?
What information does the Buick window sticker not include?
How do VIN decoders, Monroney Labels, and Window Stickers differ from one another?
What packages and options are available through Buick?
How do I get the original window sticker (Monroney Label) for my Buick?
To generate an original Monroney label for your Buick vehicle, use the following Window Sticker Tool. You will receive a digital copy of the original Window Sticker that will be 100% accurate and provide you with the trim level, packages, and/or options your car was originally equipped with.
To receive your new sticker, all you need is your VIN and a phone number you would like the sticker PDF file link to be sent to.
What do I need to get the window sticker (Vehicle VIN)?
To use the WithClutch sticker tool you will need your VIN (Vehicle identification number). A VIN is a string of 17 alphanumeric characters (numbers and capital letters). It serves as a code unique to your vehicle and gives you access to manufacturer recalls, vehicle records, thefts, etc.
Where do I find the VIN for my Buick?
The VIN for your Buick is usually located in two places.
On the driver’s side doorjamb
The left corner of the dashboard where it joins the windshield
Sometimes it is a vinyl decal
Other places you can find the VIN is on:
Vehicle registration documents
Vehicle service invoices
What’s the difference between a VIN decoder, Monroney Label, and Window Sticker?
A VIN decoder runs your vehicle identification number through a database to verify the following vehicle history information:
Model year, Location of assembly, and production number
Number of owners over the vehicle’s life
Current state/last state to title the vehicle
A record of applicable recalls, warranties, registration, thefts, and insurance coverage
The United States requires that a Monroney Label, also known as a Window Sticker, be displayed on the car window of a new vehicle to disclose its equipment and pricing information. In 2013 it was updated to include:
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
EPA fuel economy rating
Government safety ratings
MSRP with standard options and features
Additional manufacturer options and pricing information
Total vehicle price including all features
What key Information does the Buick window sticker or VIN decoder provide?
A window sticker details both original standard options, as well as additional options installed by the manufacturer or dealership. The window sticker below provides a comprehensive breakdown of a Buick car sticker below.
In the left-hand corner you can find:
Model and engine type
Enclave, V6 3.6 Liter
Exterior and interior colors
White frost tri-coat and ebony with ebony accents
The box to the immediate right details:
Government safety standards
Based on a 5-star safety rating program that evaluates the vehicle’s safety features through a series of crash test simulations:
The lower half of the sticker lists:
The standard features
4-wheel independent suspension
MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price)
As you can see, the MSRP of this Enclave Premium is $47,625
Additional features and pricing
Experience Buick Package / $2,475
Trailering Package / $575
Power moon roof with fixed skylight / $1,400
License plate bracket and front mounting package / $40
White frost tri-coat / $995
Enclave sport-touring edition / $395
Total price of the vehicle, MSRP plus applicable extra features
With additional features, the Enclave Premium costs $53,505
The upper right-hand corner details:
EPA fuel economy ratings
The Buick Enclave has a combined MPG of 18 (15 city MPG and 22 highway MPG)
Annual fuel costs
What are some key details to know about how Buick describes packages and options?
Buick is the luxury division of General Motors (GM), the automaker responsible for GM vehicles, Chevrolet, and GMC (General Motors Truck Company). Buick currently offers a range of sedans, SUVs, and crossovers. The 2020 lineup offers 10 luxury vehicles made to a premium standard.
Encore GX ST
The number of trim levels (a version of a vehicle model equipped with a fixed combination of features) offered for a particular Buick vehicle depends on the model itself.
For example, the 2020 Buick Enclave can be outfitted with one of the four following trims:
Since Buick is a luxury line, even the entry-level model, the Buick Enclave Preferred comes standard with some premium features. You can upgrade the trim level to get more premium vehicle features, but expect to pay more for the additional options. With each increasing tier, the vehicle will be equipped with most of the standard features from the preceding tier, in addition to other premium features.
Below are some of the features offered at each trim level for the 2020 Enclave:
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Infotainment display with touch-screen
Leather accented upholstery
Lane change and blindspot alert
Interior air ionizer
10-speaker Bose sound system
Ventilated and massaging front seats
Power folding third row
Premium trim features
A power moonroof and fixed rear skylight
HD surround vision and rear camera mirror
Note: Refer to the Buick website to find out the trim levels available for a specific vehicle in more detail.
Many premium features that aren’t standard for a vehicle can be installed via packages and options. While available packages and accessories vary based on the model itself, they allow the vehicle to be tailored to specific needs. Here are some examples of packages and accessories you may find:
All-season Blackwall tires
20” machine faced wheels
Molded assist steps
Chrome grille with black mesh insert
Molded assist steps
Floor liner package
Floor liner integration
All-weather floor liners
Hitch Guidance with Hitch View
Heavy-duty engine cooling system
Tow/haul driving modes
Bicycle hitch carrier
Battery jump-start kit
Reference Buick’s build tool to look at the accessories and packages of any new Buick vehicle.
What does the window sticker not provide?
The purpose of a window sticker is to provide information on what equipment a vehicle has immediately post-production. Therefore, a window sticker is most accurate when the vehicle has just left the manufacturer, and will not reflect any modifications added by the dealer or other current/previous owners, including parts that have been repaired or replaced.
Regardless of where you purchased your vehicle from, whether it be a Buick dealership or a private seller, the window sticker does not provide information pertaining to the vehicle’s current condition or history. To obtain those kinds of records, we recommend services such as Carfax, Autocheck, and to have your vehicle inspected by a certified professional.
Finally, the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) will not be a good indication of the vehicle’s current value as it does not take into account natural wear and depreciation. The car may sell for less when considering negotiations and discounts.
When does this Free Buick Window Sticker Tool or VIN decoder not work?
Currently, the WithCluth Monroney label tool only supports vehicles that are 2013 Model Year and newer. Additionally, there are other limitations that may be applicable to you:
The VIN is not 17 characters long (applies to vehicles model year 1981 and older)
The VIN cannot be verified by certified techniques:
Checksum: The 9th digit of the VIN (limited to numbers 0-9 or the letter X) of US and Canadian vehicles is used in an algorithm to determine its validity
Illegal character check: With the exception of letters, I, O, and Q, a VIN can include any alphanumeric character
Your vehicle is too new and has not been add to the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) database
Can I get free Window Stickers and Monroney Labels for my dealership or insurance company in bulk?
Are you a new or used car dealership? An insurance company or auto-lender? We can offer you the ability to get these Monroney Labels in bulk for your website or listing. Potential buyers will likely feel more comfortable purchasing a new or used car if they have evidence of the original trim, standard equipment, and additional options the vehicle was manufactured with.
To combat over-use and abuse to our free window sticker tool, we ask that you please reach out to us if you’d like bulk-access. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to place a bulk order. We offer information for various vehicles, including Lexus, Nissan, Chevrolet, BMW, Toyota, Subaru, Hyundai, Ford, Kia, Honda, Cadillac, Mercedes Benz, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, and more!
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