Definition of destination charge in English:

destination charge

Syllabification: des·ti·na·tion charge

noun

A fee added to the price of a new car to cover the cost of shipping the vehicle from the manufacturer to the dealer.
More example sentences
  • A fully loaded model will run $37,885, including the $540 destination charge; a price more in line with the Infiniti brand than Nissan's.
  • A fully loaded vehicle with destination charge is $35,240.
  • All prices for both brands include a $635 destination charge.

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