Margin or gross margin the return an intermediary achieves on the selling price of the article. That is, if the intermediary buys a product for $1 and sells it for $1.50, the margin is calculated. For example, .50 divided by $1.50, or 33%.
It is the margin or the return an intermediary achieves on the selling price of the article.
The suggested retail price listed on the Moroney label. Also referred to as the "sticker price."
(MSRP) Dealers typically sell at a discount to this price.
The sticker price. Nobody should pay even close to this much for a car.
Sometimes called "sticker price," the MSRP is set by car manufacturers and, by law, must be posted on a window sticker.
The retail price of the vehicle as recommended by the manufacturer -- often called the sticker or list price.
The vehicle sale price which appears on a label affixed to the car window showing the base price, manufacturer's installed options, the manufacturer's suggested retail price, plus manufacturer's freight or transportation charge, and fuel economy (mileage). The label is required by federal law and may not be removed by anyone other than the purchaser. The MSRP is the recommended selling price for a vehicle plus any optional accessories.
Also known as "sticker price." MSRP is what the vehicle manufacturer determines is the value of the car at retail. In the majority of situations, the vehicle sells for less than the MSRP. However, it can sell for more than the MSRP if the vehicle is in particularly high demand.
The suggested selling price of the vehicle. Does not include destination charges, optional equipment, or taxes.
( MSRP) The auto sales price suggested by the manufacturer.