How to Read MSRP
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While you may check the window sticker for the obvious price, it also contains other important information that you should take into account. One section that’s usually in a different color from the rest, is the model information. This section contains the year, model, and style of the vehicle, as well as engine size, transmission type, and interior and exterior colors. Standard equipment is also listed on the sticker, often next to the warranty section which lists all bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranties, and roadside assistance packages it comes with. Beside these columns there’s the optional section, which lists the car’s factory-installed options.
Each new Hyundai for auto shoppers near Brandon comes with different options that meet different preferences. The price section lists the base price and breaks down options and fees like the gas-guzzler tax, or other extra costs. For those who prefer a car composed of a certain percentage of domestic parts, the parts content information will list this and more about the composition of the vehicle. The total price, or the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is also on the sticker separately, as is the fuel economy label, and the QR code that links shoppers to the mobile EPA website. You can also find safety information about crash tests and ratings.
For more information on what’s on the window sticker on a new car, contact us at Wilson Hyundai today!