Even if you don't recognize the name, you've likely seen a Monroney sticker before. It's the white decal that's adhered to the side window of every new car for sale in the United States. It contains lots of data about the vehicle, including EPA-estimated mileage, safety ratings, warranty information, pricing information, and much more. A product of the Automobile Information Disclosure Act of 1958, the Monroney sticker is legally mandated on every new vehicle. And it carries hefty fines or even jail time if the sticker is missing or illegally altered.

What’s on a Monroney Sticker?

By law, these window stickers must contain:

  • Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
  • Make, model, year, trim level, color information, and VIN
  • NHTSA safety ratings (if applicable)
  • Environmental impact, including fuel economy, emissions, and pollutants
  • Powertrain information
  • Standard features and cost of optional amenities
  • Warranty information

Online Subaru Monroney Sticker Information

While dealerships are only required to display the sticker on the vehicle itself, the information it contains is essential. Today, more and more people are taking advantage of online dealership tools and resources and shopping for their next vehicle remotely. That means they might not have access to the Monroney sticker until the last minute. With this in mind, all new Subaru models on our website provide easy online access to the sticker. Just look for the "View Window Sticker" button on the listing page.

At Romain Subaru, we're always looking for ways to better accommodate our customers. If you're in the market for a new vehicle, we invite you to take advantage of our alternative online shopping resources, including local test drive and purchase delivery. For more information, don't hesitate to reach out to us at your convenience. We're always happy to help.

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