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Nissan Window Sticker | Get A Free Monroney Label and VIN Decoder for Nissan

Updated: Sep 11, 2020

When buying a new vehicle, it can be a challenge to remember the options it was originally equipped with. We want to provide you with a tool to decode your Nissan VIN and generate an original Nissan Window Sticker with your vehicle’s original information.

This article will give you access to that tool and provide more information on:

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

  • Where is my VIN located?

  • What information does the Nissan window sticker include?

  • What information does the Nissan window sticker not include?

  • How does a VIN decoder, Monroney Label, and Window Sticker differ from one another?

  • How does Nissan describe their packages and options?

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

Use the following Window Sticker Tool to generate an original window sticker for your Nissan vehicle. Your digital copy of the original Monroney Label Window Sticker will be 100% accurate and will provide you with the trim level, packages, and/or options your car has.

To get started, all you need is your VIN and a phone number to receive a link to your window sticker PDF file.

What do I need to get the window sticker (Vehicle VIN) and how do I find it?

The easiest way to obtain a window sticker is with your VIN (vehicle identification number). A VIN is composed of 17 characters (numbers and capital letters). It is an identifying code, unique to your vehicle, used to track manufacturer recalls, vehicle records, thefts, etc. The VIN for your Nissan can typically be found in two places:

  1. On the driver’s side doorjamb

  2. The left corner of the dashboard where it meets the windshield

Other places you can find the VIN is on vehicle registration documents, insurance cards, and sometimes vehicle service invoices.

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

A VIN decoder allows you to verify a vehicle’s history using the vehicle identification number. Decoding a VIN will provide you with the following vehicle information:

  • Model year, location of the manufacturer, and production number

  • Number of vehicle owners over time

  • Current state or last state to title the vehicle

  • The track recalls, warranties, registration, thefts, and insurance coverage

The United States requires that a Monroney Label, aka Window Sticker, is displayed on the window of a new vehicle to disclose its equipment and pricing information. It was most recently updated in 2013 to include:

  • VIN

  • Engine type

  • EPA fuel economy

  • Government safety ratings

  • Warranty information

  • Available standard options and features

  • Additional manufacturer options and pricing

  • Total vehicle price including all features

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

A Nissan window sticker outlines both standard options, as well as additional manufacturer options and price information. Find a comprehensive breakdown of the sticker below.

The left two columns include:

  • Available standard equipment and features

    • Leather seating, HomeLink integration, and remote engine are all standard features

  • Technical specifications for various vehicle features

    • This vehicle has a 3.5-liter V6 engine

  • Safety and security information

    • The Pathfinder is equipped with blindspot warning, automatic emergency braking, and many other safety and security systems

The middle column describes:

  • The base price of the vehicle without additional options and features

    • MSRP is $38,090

  • Additional manufacturer options and pricing

    • The optional floor mats cost $250

  • Total vehicle price including all features and any shipping charges

    • Then totaling MSRP plus any additional options and destination fees, this 2020 Pathfinder costs $39,385

On the right side you will find:

  • EPA fuel economy ratings

    • This 2020 Pathfinder averages 23MPG, but that calculated from 21MPG and 27MPG highway rated fuel economy

  • Government safety ratings (provided by the NHTSA)

    • The 5-star safety rating program evaluates how the vehicle’s safety features will respond through a series of crash test simulations:

      • Frontal

      • Side

      • Rollover

  • A QR code that redirects you to the OEM website

  • Warranty information

    • This vehicle is covered by Nissan’s Security+Plus Extended Protection Plan

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

Choosing the trim level (a version of a vehicle model equipped with a fixed combination of features) and deciding what options and packages to add is an exciting step in the car-buying process -- that is if you are familiar with lingo in the auto industry. Nissan uses consistent naming conventions for their trims and packages. Continue reading to learn more about the trims and options available at Nissan.

Nissan sells a combination of cars ranging from electric cars, sports cars, crossovers/SUVs, trucks, and commercial vehicles.

  • Cars and electric cars:

    • Versa, Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Leaf

  • Sports cars:

    • 370Z and GT-R

  • Crossovers and SUVs:

    • Kicks, Rogue, Rogue Sport, Murano, Pathfinder, Armada

  • Trucks (4x2 and 4x4 drivetrain):

    • Titan, Titan XD, Frontier

  • Commercial vehicles:

    • NV Cargo, NV, Compact Cargo, NV Passenger

Nissan is the more budget-friendly counterpart to the Japanese Automaker of Infiniti and the trim levels reflect that. Nissan offers trims to provide basic necessities, and if you’re willing to spend a bit more, you can upgrade your trim for more premium features.

For example, the all popular Nissan Altima is available in six trims. With each increasing tier, you can expect the vehicle to be equipped with most of the standard features from the preceding tier, in addition to other premium features.

  1. S

    1. Automatic braking with pedestrian detection

    2. Standard cruise control

    3. Cloth seating

  2. SV

    1. Heated exterior mirrors

    2. Leather accented seating

    3. Heated front seats

  3. SL

    1. HomeLink integration

    2. Heated steering wheel

    3. Bose audio system with ANC (active noise cancellation)

  4. SR

    1. Intelligent lane assist

    2. Climate control front seating (heating and cooling)

    3. Memory system for driver’s seat and exterior mirrors

  5. Platinum

    1. Rain-sensing windshield wipers

    2. Rear-window sunshade

    3. NissanConnect service

  6. Platinum Reserve

    1. Heated rear seats

    2. Power-tilt and telescoping steering column

    3. Leather-wrapped steering wheel with a contrast insert

Note: Refer to the Nissan website to find out in more detail the trim levels available for a specific vehicle.

Many premium features that aren’t equipped 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:


  • Reserve

    • Heated rear seats

    • Leather-wrapped steering wheel

    • 19” dark alloy wheels

  • Driver-assist package

    • Automatic braking with pedestrian detection

    • Lane departure assist

    • Blindspot warning

    • Rear traffic alert and sonar system

    • High beam assist

  • Premium package

    • Power moonroof

    • Heated exterior mirrors

    • Power lumbar support for driver’s seat

    • Heated front seats

  • Sun and Sound Touring package

    • Nissan voice recognition system

    • ProPILOT Assist

    • Heated leather-wrapped steering wheel

    • Electric power brake

    • Dual moonroof

  • Utility package

    • Overhead storage console

    • Tow hitch receiver

    • Truck bed lighting

    • Spray-on bed liner

    • Bed mounted outlet

  • Convenience package

    • Seat delete option

    • Heated seats

    • Navigation

    • Blindspot warning

  • Exterior package

  • Chrome option

    • Chrome finishes, wheels, grille, exhaust

  • Midnight option

    • Black trim headlights, bumper, grille, badging

  • Interior package

    • Leather seating option

    • Climate controlled front seats

    • Intelligent Around View Mirror

  • Tow package

    • Tow hooks

    • Brake controllers

  • Off-road package

    • All-terrain tires

    • Performance shocks

    • Spoiler delete


  • Security Impact Sensor

  • Running boards

  • Remote Engine Start

  • All-season floor mats

Reference Nissan’s build tool to look at the accessories and packages of any Nissan vehicle.

What does the window sticker not provide?

Window stickers are most accurate when the vehicle is “new”. The sticker will not reflect any modifications installed by the dealer or any current/previous owners -- nor will it detail any parts that have been replaced.

Whether the vehicle was purchased from a dealership, CPO (certified pre-owned program), or a private seller, the sticker does not provide the vehicle’s current condition or history. To obtain such information, we recommend services such as Carfax, Autocheck, and having an inspection performed by a certified professional.

Finally, the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) will not reflect the vehicle’s current value due to natural wear and depreciation. Although the window sticker shows a particular MSRP, the vehicle may sell for less when taking into consideration negotiations and discounts.

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

The free Monroney label tool currently supports vehicles which are 2013 Model Year and newer. In addition to this, there are other limitations you may encounter using the sticker tool:

  • The VIN is not 17 characters long (applies to vehicles model year 1981 and older)

  • The VIN cannot be validated by certified techniques:

    • Checksum: The 9th digit of the VIN number (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: VINs can include any alphanumeric character minus the letters I, O, and Q

  • Your vehicle is too new and has not been updated in 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. It is highly likely potential buyers will feel more comfortable buying a new or used car if they have complete confidence in the trim, optional equipment, and standard features of the car.

Having Monroney labels for each listing can help give buyers confidence.

Unfortunately, dealerships and other companies have abused our free window sticker tools in the past, so please reach out if you'd like bulk-access. You can reach out to if you'd like access to stickers for your business.

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