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So you want to know what options your Toyota has just from its VIN? Unfortunately, this Toyota VIN decoder information is really tough to find. Most sites claiming to be VIN decoders won’t actually specify the options and trims available, they provide a basic outline of the year make, model, and trim. At Wikilender, we’ve put together a more comprehensive Toyota VIN decoder that enables you to see the original manufacturers options available on that exact VIN. The tool won’t work for every Toyota – for example any imported car or car not originally imported into North America will not decode. And similarly – the options are described as manufacturer codes rather than in a super friendly consumer format – but nonetheless this tool will give you more complete information on Toyota VIN decoding than any other option tool out there.
This Toyota VIN decoder can take the VIN and return the options for the car on any 2006+ Model year Toyota – including the Camry, Corolla, Yaris, Avalon, Sequoia, Tundra, Tacoma, Highlander, Rav4, and almost any other vehicle.
Submit the VIN in the form below to get your Toyota VIN Decode
Example Toyota VIN decode into options:
While the decoder will breakout the the VIN into options (Please note this can take 10-15 seconds to harvest the appropriate information), the results are purely text based.
Key Information from the Toyota VIN decoder.
Here’s what’s included in the Toyota VIN Decoder:
The options column will return all of the original and extra options included on the car:
- Some of these options will be more expensive additional up-sell items (such as the Mark Levinson sound system, and the F Sport Package)
- Some of these items (while options) are free additional extras as a result of the other packages on the car. (In this case the “Navigation Complimentary Credit notes that the navigation package is included as part of another package on the car)
What the Toyota VIN decoder won’t tell you
The window sticker describes the car when it was new, and it still lacks a lot of information. It will not be a good reference for:
- EPA estimated mileage of the vehicle
- The original MSRP or price of additional options
- Any additional dealer installed accessories or packages (after the vehicle was built at the factory)
- The current vehicle condition or maintenance records
- The maintenance or accident history of the vehicle