Page 4 of 5

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:47 am
by DaveinOlyWA
jjeff wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote:After EXTENSIVE testing of several VINs, I have come to the conclusion that the cars that work do not seem to fit any discernible pattern. A lot of them work and a lot don't. Looks like only American built works but every MY had ones that worked and didn't work. Both purchased and leased had ones that worked and didn't work...
Also having used this EXTENSIVELY over the last week(my bother is looking for a used Leaf) I totally agree with you. The only given, like you said, is no 11's or 12's work, otherwise as you said, it's basically a crap shoot. Still handy to have when it works and I'd love to know why it works and other times not(even for '14s I've tired) but it is what it is :D
At least the CARFAX works on all of them...

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:52 am
by jjeff
DaveinOlyWA wrote:
jjeff wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote:After EXTENSIVE testing of several VINs, I have come to the conclusion that the cars that work do not seem to fit any discernible pattern. A lot of them work and a lot don't. Looks like only American built works but every MY had ones that worked and didn't work. Both purchased and leased had ones that worked and didn't work...
Also having used this EXTENSIVELY over the last week(my bother is looking for a used Leaf) I totally agree with you. The only given, like you said, is no 11's or 12's work, otherwise as you said, it's basically a crap shoot. Still handy to have when it works and I'd love to know why it works and other times not(even for '14s I've tired) but it is what it is :D
At least the CARFAX works on all of them...
True, which most dealers provide for N/C, unfortunately I've found many smaller dealers and of course the rare private party will never supply.

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:38 am
by DaveinOlyWA
jjeff wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote:
jjeff wrote: Also having used this EXTENSIVELY over the last week(my bother is looking for a used Leaf) I totally agree with you. The only given, like you said, is no 11's or 12's work, otherwise as you said, it's basically a crap shoot. Still handy to have when it works and I'd love to know why it works and other times not(even for '14s I've tired) but it is what it is :D
At least the CARFAX works on all of them...
True, which most dealers provide for N/C, unfortunately I've found many smaller dealers and of course the rare private party will never supply.
well this was from the Nissan CPO site. Most other dealers only supply them on demand. Its nice to be able to click on links and get the basics. This is a good way to find out if the car was purchased or leased.

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Fri Apr 28, 2017 10:47 pm
by Scaramanga
Worked on my 2016 US car, thanks! These links are gold when you buy a used car and want to know how it was built, so when I was wrenching on old Volvo's and VW's we used to troll around the interweb for VIN decoders but this is so much better. The only manufacturer I've seen that exposed this fairly easily was Ford, but I guess most must do it to perform service functions and just sell cars.

Great find thanks!

Here's mine:

http://cpo.nissanusa.com/nna/?1N4BZ0CP5GC308884

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:19 pm
by DaveinOlyWA
Scaramanga wrote:Worked on my 2016 US car, thanks! These links are gold when you buy a used car and want to know how it was built, so when I was wrenching on old Volvo's and VW's we used to troll around the interweb for VIN decoders but this is so much better. The only manufacturer I've seen that exposed this fairly easily was Ford, but I guess most must do it to perform service functions and just sell cars.

Great find thanks!

Here's mine:

http://cpo.nissanusa.com/nna/?1N4BZ0CP5GC308884

mine works too. In fact both my 2013 and 2016 worked. But I have also had several 2013's that didn't work. weird

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Tue May 09, 2017 10:34 am
by maddawg
Thank you! Worked for my 2014 SL.

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:04 pm
by FITEngineer58
I now how the window sticker on my used 2015 S. Thanks

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 10:51 pm
by OMGJOHND
I had been pouring over the Interwebs trying to find a window sticker that even just sort of matched my 2015 SV I bought last week. Thanks so much for this, it made my day!!!

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2018 10:44 pm
by be236
mrggg wrote:Here is a little trick I cooked up. I was looking at Nissan's website at used Leaf's, and they have a cute little link to show you the original window sticker. When I looked at the link, I could see that the VIN number was part of it. So, I then tried substituting other VIN numbers I could see on Autotrader, and sure enough, I got the original window sticker ! I expect it would work for any Nissan vehicle, not just Leaf's. I found this particularly useful when shopping used Leaf's, since many dealers neglect to tell you if the car has a quick charger or faster fast charger. The window sticker will tell you all options as shipped.

Here is an example, just cut out the VIN number at the end and substitute yours :

http://cpo.nissanusa.com/nna/?1N4AZ0CP3EC338152
Nice! Awesome tip! Thanks! Works on my Nissan LEAF 2017 S model, bought CPO from Nissan Dealer, off a personal lease return.

Re: Get your original window sticker from Nissan

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 8:37 pm
by rtw819
Hello!

Has anyone else tried to use the cpo.nissanusa.com site lately to look up stickers? It doesn't seem to be responding right now. Hopefully it's a momentary outage.

On a related note, are there any other good sites out there for checking exact factory installed Leaf options by VIN that are accurate (and preferably free)? I've searched and found several sites that provide a variety of information but their completeness and accuracy seem questionable in most cases.

Thanks in advance for ideas or guidance.