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What does "otd" mean

As some of you may be aware I'm buying a new ninja 250r from 2012 or a 2013 300 what's the difference between this two if yall may have any experience with both or just some knowledge ? But the dealer says that all prices are out the door. And I googled the term and different things come up for example people say there's no interest rate if you pay in payments or something about the DMV and papers?


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Go with the 300. It's fuel injected and a little stronger motor witch you'll appreciate when you get more comfortable riding. Digital dash too. But it's just my opinion!


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Yeah I really liked the digital dash but thanks for the opinion


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"OTD" as in out the door is supposed to be the total price you pay INCLUDING tax, freight, dealer prep and DMV fees, etc. If financed, the OTD price should include the TOTAL of what you will pay for the bike, including all finance charges and interest.

Best OTD deals are always ones where you pay in "cash", without financing. You also have more leverage to negotiate the price of the bike downward as well.

I have come to terms with the possibility of dying while riding, life has a 100% death rate. I would rather live having fun and end up dead in a motorcycle crash than never do anything fun because it's dangerous and I might get killed. No one makes it out alive anyway. - From a friend on another forum, used with his permission.
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Wait so would that include classes for the DMV



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Woahhh calm down dog it's just a question


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It would probably include your tag and title fees, no classes

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Out the door, meaning what was said above. Not sure about any DMV benefits. Just ask!
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