Vehicle Loan - Passenger Car


Vehicle finance allows you to borrow a certain amount of money to buy a car. In return for the loan, you pay interest to the financial institution that lent you the money. You need to pay back the loan within a certain period of time (called the term) which will range depending on your agreement with the lender.


You can borrow 100% of the car's purchase price. If you need a car urgently you don't have to wait until you've saved all or even part of the money. Car finance may be tax deductible. You can spend the cash on other important things. Helps you establish a credit rating.


Typically, A car loan is secured against the vehicle you intend to purchase, which means the vehicle serves as collateral for the loan. If you default on your repayments, the lender can seize the auto. The loan is paid off in fixed instalments throughout the loan. Using the car to secure the loan provides the lender with a safety net they can use to get their money back in the event you can't repay the loan in time. In other words, if you were unable to pay back a secured car loan, your lender would be able to sell the car to recover its money.

Repayment terms

Agreed between Lender and Borrower When you get a vehicle loan, the lender will lend you the money to buy a vehicle. You then repay them the amount you borrowed, plus a charge for interest and fees, in a series of instalments over a pre-agreed loan term of 3-5 years. (typically) When you have finished all your repayments, your loan has been fully paid off and you own the vehicle, debt free.


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