New Car Loan

Simple. Flexible. Transparent.

Get best offers from multiple lenders to buy the dream car you always wanted!
New Car Loan

Features and Benefits

Attractive car loan interest rate

Attractive car loan interest rates

Comparable EMIs with multiple offers.

Flexible Loan Tenure

Flexible Loan Tenure

Flexible Loan repayment tenure that can be negotiated.

Multiple Loan Offers

Multiple loan Offers

Multiple financers providing multiple offers leading to a range of options for the customer.

Transparent Process

Transparent Process

All the terms & conditions are shown upfront and the customer is informed at each step of the process.

Loan Amount
   50K 25L 
 12    60
Interest rate*i
*Rate of interest can vary subject to credit profile. Loan approval is at the sole discretion of the finance partner.
 10  % % 30
Disclaimer: Applicable rate of interest can vary subject to credit profile. Loan approval is at the sole discretion of the finance partner.
  • Principal Loan Amt.
  • Interest Amount
  • Payable Amount
Principal Loan Amount50,000
Interest Amount2,752
Payable Amount52,752
New Car Loan EligibilityNew Car Loan Eligibility

New Car Loan Eligibility

You are eligible to avail a car loan if you meet the below criteria

For Salaried Individuals

  • right arrowIndividuals who are at least 21 years old at the time of loan application and no older than 60 at the conclusion of the loan term.
  • right arrowIndividuals who have worked for at least two years, including at least one year with their present employer
  • right arrowThose with an annual income of at least ₹3,00,000 including the income of their spouse or co-applicant

For Self Employed Individuals

  • right arrowIndividuals who are at least 21 years old at the time of application and no older than 65 at the conclusion of the loan term are eligible.
  • right arrowThose who have been in operation for at least two years
  • right arrowIndividual should earn at least ₹ 3,00,000 per annum
*Final eligibility is subject to profile and credit score

Documents required for car loan

  • KYC documents (Valid Photo ID Proofs)
  • Last 2 years ITR as proof of income
  • Salary account statement(latest 6 months)
  • PAN Card
  • Salary Slip (latest 3 months)
  • Signature Verification Proof
Documents required for New Car LoanDocuments required for New Car Loan
*Final eligibility is subject to profile and credit score

Avail loan in 4 simple steps

Check Eligibility

Check eligibility

Fill your details on your platform

Choose your loan offer

Choose your loan offer

Choose from available offers

Upload documents

Upload documents

Verify your identity

Leave the rest to us

Leave the rest to us

Loan disbursal process initiated

Lending Partners

  • ICICI Bank
  • Hero Fincorp
  • Hero Fincorp
  • Axis Bank
  • HDFC Bank
  • IDFC First Bank
  • Tata Capital
  • Kotak Mahindra

New car loan interest rate comparison

Interest rate
Processing fee*
Starting from 9.50%
*PF-5000-6000 approximately
Union Bank
Starting from 8.85%
*PF-1180-2500 approximately
Starting from 8.85%
*PF-1000-5000 approximately
Starting from 8.85%
*PF-1500-2000 approximately
Starting from 9.35%
*PF-7000-7200 approximately
Interest rate
Processing fee*
Mahindra Finance
Starting from 12%
*PF-1% of the loan amount
Yes Bank
Starting from 9.60%
*PF-7500-8000 approximately
AU Bank
Starting from 11%
*PF-1% of the loan amount
Axis Bank
Starting from 9.50%
*PF-4500-7000 approximately
Starting from 11.51%
*PF-4000 approximately

*Processing fee is calculated on the loan amount. Additional Taxes and Stamp duty as applicable.
**Interest rate and Processing fee are indicative in nature and are subject to lender's discretion.

Things to know while availing a new car loan

  • Credit Score

    Credit score

    A credit score ranges between 300 to 850 and represents a person's creditworthiness. The minimum credit score that banks generally require is 750. This helps with best interest rates of car loan and easy loan approval. However it doesn’t mean that you’ll not be able to avail a loan below this.

  • Interest Rate

    Interest rate

    There are 2 types of car loan interest rates that banks offer. Fixed and Floating. The fixed rate cannot be changed, even if the RBI announces a rate reduction. A variable interest rate, on the other hand, varies with the market and is generally less expensive than the former. A high credit score , and steady source of income help in getting a low interest rate.

  • EMI Repayments

    EMI Repayments

    The Equated Monthly Instalment (or EMI) is made up of the principal and interest portions of the loan. As a result, the EMI equals the principal plus the interest paid on the car loan. The EMI is typically fixed for the duration of your loan.

  • Loan repayment tenure

    Loan repayment tenure

    Period beginning with the loan disbursement and ending with the last EMI payment or loan closure is called the Loan Repayment tenure. While a longer repayment tenure means a lower EMI but it also means more amount of interest. Maximum tenure for car loan repayment that most lenders offer is that of 7-8 years.

  • Processing fee

    Processing fee

    A car loan processing fee is a one-time payment that borrowers must make in order for their loan to be processed. This is typically not included in the loan and must be paid individually.

  • Preclosure/Foreclosure

    Preclosure/ Foreclosure

    When only a part of the car loan is prepaid by the borrower, it is known as prepayment. While, when the borrower prepays the entire car loan before the end of repayment tenure, it is called as foreclosure. Not all lenders allow foreclosure. There is a fee that they charge for the same and it differs from bank to bank.

  • Downpayment


    The up-front cash that is paid by the customer as a part of the total price. Although 100% financing options are available but they come with conditions. Hence, it is always advisable to pay some amount upfront as it also has numerous benefits.

  • Debt-to-income ratio

    Debt-to-income ratio

    Lenders generally assess the income and other expenses that you have and then determine if the new car loan and its EMIs are within your budget. The lender will use your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio to assess your ability to take out and repay a new loan.

Frequently Asked  Questions

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