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  • Writer's pictureJeff Guymon

Genesis Window Sticker | Get a Free Monroney Label and VIN Decoder for Genesis

Updated: Sep 11, 2020

This article will provide you with a window sticker for your Genesis, while answering any questions you may have about the process, and how to interpret the sticker information. You can get your original sticker from our window sticker tool.

Some frequently asked questions that will be answered in this article:

  • How do I get the original window sticker (Monroney Label) for my Genesis?

  • Where do I find my vehicle’s VIN?

  • What’s the difference between a VIN decoder, Monroney label, and Window Sticker?

  • What key information does the Genesis window sticker or VIN decoder provide?

  • What are some key details to know about how Genesis describes packages and options?

  • What does the window sticker not provide?

How do I get the original window sticker (Monroney Label) for my Genesis?

In order to get your original window sticker for your Genesis, you can use the following Window Sticker Tool to get your Monroney Sticker of any recent vehicle. The sticker will have 100% accurate information about your Genesis, just as if you were to have picked it up from the dealership today.

Enter the VIN and your Phone number to have an SMS sent with a link to the window sticker PDF file.

What you’ll need to get the window sticker

In order to get your window sticker for your Genesis, regardless of the model, you will need your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). The VIN is a unique seventeen-character string of numbers and capital letters that are specific to your vehicle. A vehicle’s VIN number is a way to track the vehicle’s history about previous owners, accidents, title and registration events, and repairs.

Where can I find my Genesis VIN?

VIN’s on Genesis vehicles are located in one of the following locations:

  • Car Windshield (dashboard on driver’s side)

  • Driver’s side doorjamb

  • Service Tag

  • Vehicle registration, title, or insurance papers

What’s the difference between a VIN decoder, Monroney label, and Window Sticker?

For this article, there are three key terms to know and be able to differentiate between.

VIN Decoder: Provides the ability to find out the following basic information on your vehicle’s history

  • Model year

  • Production number

  • Manufacturing plant

  • Type of Engine and transmission

  • Track: recalls, warranty claims, theft

  • Odometer reading

  • Current state

Window Sticker: A label required to be displayed on all new vehicles being sold in the United States, with specific information about the vehicle. It informs the customer about:

  • VIN

  • Engine

  • Fuel MPG

  • Safety Rating

  • Standard Features (retail price, exterior color, etc.)

  • Add-on Features

Monroney Label: The same thing as a window sticker, but named after the Senator of Oklahoma, Almer Stillwell “Mike” Monroney, who sponsored the Automobile Information Disclosure Act of 1958. In 2013, the labels were updated to include:

  • Greenhouse gas ratings

  • Smog emissions ratings

  • A QR Code

  • How much consumers will save or spend on fuel over the next five years compared to the average new vehicle

What key Information does the Genesis window sticker or VIN decoder provide?

The label includes everything originally equipped from the factory on the vehicle. Below is a breakdown of the various information sections on Genesis motor vehicle window stickers.

Upper left-hand side: Basic Info

  • Standard Vehicle information

    • VIN

    • Model

    • Engine

    • Port of Entry

    • Colors (interior and exterior)

  • Emissions information

Upper middle: Safety

  • Vehicle safety score

    • Based on a scale of 1 to 5 stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Upper right-hand side: Fuel and Environment

  • Fuel economy (MPG)

  • Greenhouse gas rating

  • Annual fuel costs

    • Calculated by based on 15,000 miles per year ar $3.00 per gallon with 19 miles per gallon (MPG) for a combined city/hwy.

Lower left-hand side: Standard Options

  • Items that come in all of these vehicle models when new

    • Apple carplay

    • Android auto

    • Cruise control

    • Traction control

    • Automatic Braking System with brake assist

    • Proximity Key and push-button start

    • Power driver seat adjustments

  • Safety and warranty information

Lower middle: Added Features

  • Base Price of the vehicle (MSRP)

  • Packages and upcharge items ordered from the factory

    • Power Tilt-and-Telescopic Steering Wheel

    • Power Rear Sunshade

    • Ventilated Front Seats

  • Total price for the specific vehicle


From the example picture above, you can see that the vehicle is a 2015 Hyundai Genesis RWD (rear-wheel drive) 3.8 that has some of the additional features and packages that were available. With these add ons, the total cost of the vehicle was $4,255 above the base price of $38,000.

What are some key details to know?

After you purchase your new vehicle there are some important bits of information to note about the description of Genesis packages on Hyundai window stickers.

How does Genesis describe packages and options?

The Korean company, Hyundai, saw the popularity of the company with its affordable vehicles and decided to try to attract higher-income customers. Thus, they created Hyundai Genesis to compete with Lexus, Audi, Mercedes Benz, and BMW. When looking at packages and options for a Genesis, it’s important to note it is a luxury brand geared towards those with more disposable income.

When naming vehicles, Genesis sticks with “G” to signify the brand name, followed by numbers to signify the model number (usually changes by year). This is a popular method with upscale vehicles to use a letter or include the word class followed by numbers or the model year--adds to the prestige. Some examples are listed below.

  • G80, G70, G90, GV80

Signature Package: Includes extra touches on the seats, car lights, and sunroof

  • Auto-Dimming Side Mirrors

  • America’s Best Warranty

  • Ventilated Front Seats

  • LED Fog Lights/Rear View Camera with Parking Guidelines

Standard Features: They want you to know you are getting a great deal for your new high-end vehicle that comes with all the bells and whistles included.

  • Genuine Matte Finish Wood Trim and Aluminum Trim

  • Lexicon 17-speaker discrete Logic 7 audio system

  • Powertrain warranty

  • Leather seating surfaces (front and rear seats)

  • Knee airbag

  • Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Blind-spot collision warning

  • Heads up Display

    • Projects information on the windshield

Add-on Examples:

  • Rear Bumper Applique: protects the surface of the rear bumper from scratches while loading and unloading

  • Cargo Package: A tray that helps protect the cargo area and preserve the carpeting from everyday life messes (spills, dirt, etc.)

  • First Aid Kit

  • Bluetooth

  • Alloy wheels

    • Wheels made from alloy aluminum (mix of metals and other elements)


An additional fee in some instances can include an upgraded engine. The options below show the 2020 Genesis G70 and what the upgrades include

  • $34,900: 2.0L Turbocharged Inline 4-Cylinder 8-Speed Automatic with SHIFTRONIC RWD

  • $45,750: 3.3L Twin-Turbocharged V6 with 8-Speed Automatic AWD

Genesis Experience:

These are services that are granted to all who purchase a new Genesis.

  • Genesis service valet

    • 3 years or 36,000 miles

    • Remote diagnostic check

    • Courtesy replacement and return when repaired

  • Complimentary maintenance

    • 3 years or 36,000 miles

    • Complimentary oil changes

  • 24/7 enhanced Roadside assistance


    • 3 months free

  • Multimedia and Navigation

  • Genesis connected services

    • Safety and guidance support

    • Remote start

    • Enhanced roadside assistance

What does the window sticker not provide?

Since the window sticker represents the original condition of the vehicle, it will not provide information on whether the vehicle has had aftermarket parts installed from a previous owner or the original dealer. Information about the current vehicle condition or any history of accidents will not be included on the window sticker but can be found on Carfax or Autocheck.

When does this Free Genesis Window Sticker or VIN decoder not work?

There are a few instances to be aware of when trying to use this VIN decoder or Window sticker that could cause issues in you receiving the product.

Reasons the VIN decoder will not work:

  • The vehicle model is older than 2013

  • VIN is not 17 digits long (applicable for pre-1981 vehicles)

  • VIN contains illegal characters

  • Does not pass the checksum test

    • A test in the U.S. and Canada in the 9th position to determine the VIN’s validity

  • Outside of data provider’s coverage

  • The vehicle is brand new (not in the system yet)

Can I Buy Monroney Labels in Bulk?

To help ease the nerves of potential buyers of new and used vehicles, it helps to have Monroney Labels for them to understand the trim, standard features, and optional equipment of the vehicle before they purchase it.

If you would like to purchase Monroney Labels in bulk, whether you are a dealership or an insurance company, reach out to for more information. We have information on various vehicles ranging from Ford, Volvo, Mercedes Benz, Mazda, and more!

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