Porsche Window Sticker | Get A Free Monroney Label and VIN Decoder for Porsche
Updated: Sep 11
The WithClutch window sticker tool offers users the ability to generate original Porsche Window Stickers that detail a vehicle’s original trim level and features. You can get your original sticker from our window sticker tool.
This article will give you access to the tool to decode your Porsche VIN and answer the frequently asked questions below:
How do I get an original Monroney Label for my Porsche?
Where can I find my VIN?
What information does the Porsche window sticker include?
What information does the Porsche window sticker not include?
How do VIN decoders, Monroney Labels, and Window Stickers differ from one another?
What packages and options are available through Porsche?
How do I get the original window sticker (Monroney Label) for my Porsche?
Use the following Window Sticker Tool to receive a 100% accurate digital copy of your original Porsche window sticker. It will provide a comprehensive breakdown of 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 successfully 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 serves as an identifier for 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 Porsche?
The VIN for your Porsche 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 wheel column
Vehicle service invoices
What’s the difference between a VIN decoder, Monroney Label, and Window Sticker?
A VIN decoder runs a VIN number through a verification process to obtain vehicle history information. After it's been verified, it provides the following details:
Model year, manufacturer, and production number
Current state/last state to title the vehicle
A record of applicable manufacturer recalls, warranty information, registration data and more
The United States requires that a Monroney Label aka window sticker is displayed on new vehicles. The stickers give buyers a sense of what features and options are included for a vehicle before purchasing it. 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/add-on options and pricing information
Total vehicle price including add-ons
What key Information does the Porsche window sticker or VIN decoder provide?
A Monroney label lists the original standard options, as well as optional add-ons installed by the manufacturer or dealership. An example of a Porsche window sticker and a breakdown of what it details can be found below.
The top of the sticker lists:
The model year and name
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Exterior/interior paint color
Lava Orange with black leather interior
The lower half of the sticker lists:
Lava orange seat belts
Voice control system
Personalized carbon floor mats with leather trim
What are some key details to know about how Porsche describes packages and options?
Porsche AG is a German automotive company specializing in building and designing high-performance sports cars, SUVs, sedans, and coupes. Porsche’s current lineup includes the following vehicles:
When it comes to luxury, Porsche is in a class of its own, being awarded the title of “the most prestigious automobile brand” by the Luxury Institute. As such, you can expect an all-around deluxe experience from a Porsche vehicle. The trim levels (a version of a vehicle model equipped with a fixed combination of features) that Porsche offers depend on the model itself.
For example, the all-electric Porsche Taycan is available in three different trims:
Taycan 4S / $103,800
Taycan Turbo / $150,900
Taycan Turbo S / $185,000
From a starting MSRP of $103,800, the entry-level Porsche Taycan offers some of the highest standard performance features and finishes. As the price increases and the trim is upgraded, the Taycan 4S is equipped with even more deluxe features and performance configurations than the preceding trim.
Below are some of the performance metrics that distinguish the Taycan models:
155 mph top track speed
0-60 MPH in 3.8 seconds with Launch Control
522 hp/390 kW engine
161 mph top track speed
0-60 MPH in 3.0 seconds with Launch Control
670 hp/500 kW engine
Taycan Turbo S
161 mph top track speed
0-60 MPH in 2.6 seconds with Launch Control
750 hp/560 kW engine
Visit the Porsche website to learn about Porsche vehicles and trim levels available
Porsche allows other premium features to be installed that aren’t standard for an additional price. The packages and accessories available differ from model to model, but they allow the vehicle to be tailored to specific needs. Below are examples of the packages and accessories Porsche offers:
Fixed glass panoramic roof
Interior air ionizer
Bose surround sound system
LCA (lane change assist)
Porsche electric sport sound
Sport Chrono package
Rear-axle steering with power steering plus
Porsche torque vectoring plus
Rim care set
Leather care set
Use Porsche’s build tool to create the Porsche that best fits you.
What does the window sticker not provide?
Window stickers do not disclose dealership modifications of a vehicle or repairs/replacement of components applied by the manufacturer or other current/previous owners. Only standard equipment and options original to a new car are listed on the sticker.
The Monroney label does not provide records of the current condition or history of a vehicle, even if it was purchased through a dealership or a CPO (certified pre-owned) program. That information can be found by using services such as Carfax and Autocheck.
Additionally, since window stickers don't take into account natural wear and depreciation, the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) is not a good representation of the vehicle’s current value. As implied, the MSRP is a suggestion provided by automakers, and you may find a car sold for less when considering negotiations and discounts.
When does this Free Porsche Window Sticker Tool or VIN decoder not work?
The WithClutch window sticker tool can only produce stickers for vehicles that are 2013 Model Year and newer. In some cases, there may be other limitations that prevent you from using the sticker tool:
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 to determine its validity
Illegal character check: Except for I, O, and Q, a VIN can include any alphanumeric character
Your vehicle is too new and has not been added 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?
To place a bulk-order of Monroney labels, please reach us at email@example.com. We offer information for various vehicles, including Audi, BMW, Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Honda, Mercedes Benz, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen, and more!
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