NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
DEALER POSTED PRICE
An addendum sticker, sometimes called an additional equipment sticker is a smaller label that you sometimes find next to the Monroney label on the window of a new car at a car dealership.
The addendum label is there to inform the consumer that the MSRP (Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price) listed on the Monroney label has been changed by the dealer to reflect the additional cost of the car.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS THAT CAN RAISE THE COST OF A CAR
These additional items can include “hard ads” (hardware upgrades) such as different wheels, roof racks and brush guards; “soft ads” (not a hardware upgrade) such as paint protection, rust proofing or fabric protection; or even “market price adjustments” ( raising the price of a vehicle because of high market demand).
FRED BEANS DOES NOT USE ADDENDUM PRICING
The Fred Beans Family of Dealerships does not believe in marking the car up, just to mark it down. The Price you see on the window is the actual price of the car, what we like to refer to as Fred Beans Best Price Pledge.
WE DON’T MARK ‘EM UP JUST TO MARK ‘EM DOWN!