Cadillac Window Sticker | Get A Free Monroney Label and VIN Decoder for Cadillac
Updated: Sep 11, 2020
The WithClutch window sticker tool allows users to generate original Cadillac Window Stickers. These stickers offer a description of a vehicle’s original trim level and features.
Read this article to get access to the tool to decode your Cadillac VIN and find answers to the frequently asked questions below:
How do I get an original Monroney Label for my Cadillac?
Where can I find my VIN?
What information does the Cadillac window sticker include?
What information does the Cadillac window sticker not include?
How do VIN decoders, Monroney Labels, and Window Stickers differ from one another?
What packages and options are available through Cadillac?
How do I get the original window sticker (Monroney Label) for my Cadillac?
Use the following Window Sticker Tool to receive a 100% accurate digital copy of your original Cadillac window sticker. It will detail the trim level, packages, and/or options your car was originally equipped with.
To get a window decal, you need a VIN and a phone number to receive the PDF sticker link.
What do I need to get the window sticker?
To use the WithClutch sticker tool, you will need the VIN (vehicle identification number), a string of 17 alphanumeric characters (numbers and capital letters). This unique code provides certain vehicle information such as year of production, type of engine, model, and other vehicle history records.
Where can you find the VIN for your Cadillac?
The VIN number for your Cadillac can be found in two places.
On the driver’s side doorjamb
The left corner of the dashboard where it joins the windshield
You may also be able to find the VIN on:
Vehicle registration documents
The steering column
The glove box door
Vehicle service invoices
What’s the difference between a VIN decoder, Monroney Label, and Window Sticker?
A VIN decoder runs a VIN through a verification process to obtain vehicle history information. After it's been verified, it provides the following details:
Model year, Location of assembly, and production number
Number of owners since original purchase date
Current state/last state to title the vehicle
A record of applicable manufacturer recalls, warranty information, registration data and more
Before purchasing a vehicle, to ensure buyers are briefed on the features and options included, the United States began requiring that a Monroney Label be displayed on new vehicles. In 2013 it was updated to include:
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
EPA fuel economy rating
Government safety rating
Manufacturer's suggested retail price
Standard options and features
Add-on options and pricing information
Total vehicle price including add-ons
What key Information does the Cadillac window sticker or VIN decoder provide?
A Monroney label lists the original standard options, as well as additional options installed by the manufacturer or dealership. An example of a Cadillac window sticker and a breakdown of what it details can be found below.
In the top left corner you can find:
Model and engine type
Cadillac XT5 with a V6, 3.6-liter engine
Exterior and interior colors
Dark granite metallic with a jet black interior
The top middle column details:
Government safety ratings
Based on a 5-star rating scale that uses results from three crash simulations to evaluate the vehicle’s safety features
The bottom-left quarter of the window sticker details:
Available standard features for the Cadillac XT5 Luxury
4-wheel independent suspension
Power sunroof and liftgate
This Cadillac has an MSRP of $45,295
Added features selected by the buyer
Driver awareness package / $770
Dark granite metallic paint / $595
CUI Info/media control system with integrated navigation / $1,025
All-weather floor mats / $180
The total price, MSRP plus any additional features
The XT5 sold for $47,865
In the top right corner you can find:
EPA fuel economy ratings
The XT5 has a combined MPG of 23 (19 city MPG and 27 highway MPG)
Annual fuel costs
Estimated to be $1,663
Based on 15,000 miles/year at $3.50/gallon
Greenhouse gas and smog rating
QR code that directs to the OEM website
What are some key details to know about how Cadillac describes packages and options?
Cadillac is the motor division of American automaker, General Motors Company. Cadillac builds and designs a range of luxury sedans and SUVs.
The 2020 Cadillac lineup includes the following vehicles:
The available trim levels (a version of a vehicle model equipped with a fixed combination of features) for a particular Cadillac vehicle depends on the model itself. Cadillac uses trim names that are easy to understand and help distinguish between the desired levels of luxury.
For example, the all popular 2020 Cadillac Escalade is offered in four trims:
At an MSRP of $75,195, the entry-level Cadillac Escalade Standard already offers a premium experience with its standard deluxe features. As the MSRP increases and the trim is upgraded, the Escalade is built equipped with even more premium features, as well as the standard features from the preceding tier.
Below are some of the features offered at each trim level for the 2020 Cadillac Escalade:
Standard (MSRP $75,195)
Automatic parking assist
Magnetic ride control suspension
Luxury (MSRP $80,795)
Rear camera mirror
Lane change and blind-spot alert with lane keep assist
HUD (Head-Up display)
Premium Luxury (MSRP $85,195)
Illuminating door handles
Automatic front and reverse braking
Entertainment system with 9” retractable screen
Adaptive cruise control
Platinum (MSRP $92,295)
Power retractable steps with lighting
Suede microfiber headliner and door trim
18-way adjustable seats with massage capabilities
Note: Visit the Cadillac website to learn about the trim levels available for a specific vehicle.
Cadillac offers the ability to add premium features that aren’t standard for an additional price. The packages and options available differ from model to model, but they allow the vehicle to be tailored to specific needs. Below are examples of the packages and options Cadillac provides:
Escalade sport edition
22” 12-spoke alloy wheels
Sport performance braking package
Escalade sport edition package
Cadillac branded front brake system
Interior protection package
All-weather floor mats
All-weather cargo mat
Engine block heater
Integrated roof rails
Polished exhaust tip
Dual DVD displays
Retractable cargo shade
Use Cadillac’s build tool to create the Cadillac that best fits you.
What does the window sticker not provide?
Window stickers don't detail dealership modifications installed to a vehicle, or repairs/replacement of components made by the manufacturer or other current/previous owners. The sticker only provides information about the standard equipment and options original to a new car.
Whether a vehicle has been purchased from a dealership, a private party -- even if it's a certified used car, the Monroney label does not provide records of the current condition or history of a vehicle. That information can be found by using services such as