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What Does ‘Out-the-Door’ Price Mean?

The out-the-door price of a car is the amount you would pay to walk out of the dealer’s door with keys in hand. Whether you’re a seasoned or first-time buyer, chances are you’ve heard the phrase. The out-the-door price, sometimes abbreviated as OTD, includes all taxes, fees and extras. If you’re writing a check, the... NerdWallet writes for NerdWallet.


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