FirstLook inventory management clients gain access to millions of Monroney stickers. - Image provided by MAX Digital

FirstLook inventory management clients gain access to millions of Monroney stickers.

Image provided by MAX Digital

CHICAGO — MAX Digital, a leading data-driven software provider for automotive dealers, announced that it has included access to over thirty-five million OEM window stickers within their inventory management system.  

While coverage varies across brands, we are confident we have one of the largest collections of window stickers available and are proud to include access without any increase in cost.

Easy access is available through the appraisal and eStock Card functionality within the FirstLook interface across sixteen OEM brands including Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Hyundai, INFINITI, Volkswagen, Nissan and more. There is no additional fee to access this additional information.

"Now it's more important than ever to be great at understanding the full value of your vehicles. This data is especially useful where details were not previously available and now access to the original window stickers can fill in any gaps in package level data and more," said MAX Digital Executive Vice President Mike Cavanaugh.

"While coverage varies across brands, we are confident we have one of the largest collections of window stickers available and are proud to include access without any increase in cost. We strive to provide our clients the best merchandising data and you will see more product enhancements over the weeks to come," shared Ryan Walker, Vice President of Product and Engineering.

The Monroney sticker was created to provide a minimum mandatory standard of detailed information available for all new car buyers. Now, FirstLook users have this level of detail for their used car teams across a sizable selection of vehicle inventory.  

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