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BREAKING DOWN 'Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price - MSRP'. The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) is also sometimes referred to as the recommended retail price (RRP), sticker price or the list price of products, and was developed to help standardize the price of goods throughout the various locations of a company’s stores.
Manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) – nicknamed "sticker price" – is the recommended selling price car companies assign new vehicles. This price is not firm.
The MSRP, or manufacturer's suggested retail price, is quite simply the price that the manufacturer suggests that the dealer should ask for a car. This is also referred to as the retail price, or the dollar amount that a retailer should be asking for the car according to the automaker.
The IGEL-3210 CE Compact has a MSRP price of $409 plus tax. The IGEL-2110 CE Smart has a MSRP of $289 plus tax. Kia Sedona EX, with an MSRP of $31,595, an Edmunds. Model LC-20D30U is currently available for an MSRP of $899.
MSRP began as a method of standardization. With a suggested price set by the manufacturer, all businesses and customers start off knowing the standard price for the item. In most cases, a retailer can then charge customers more or less than this amount, and often uses it as a promotional tool.
MSRP announces the ROTH Retirement Savings option is now available. Any State employee can contribute to their own ROTH retirement savings-in their MSRP 457(b) Plan AND their MSRP 401(k) Plan accounts.
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