Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Early Settlement Fees Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Emirates NBD - Auto Loan Emirates NBD - Auto Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 2,000 Salary Transfer: Yes Early Settlement Fees: - Maximum Term: 10 Years Flat Rate: 0.0% Reducing Rate: 0.0%
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Income Proof Programs for Payroll Clients

  • Finance up to 100% of the car value
  • Loan amount up to EGP 1,500,0000
  • Flexible loan tenor up to 120 Months
  • Car sale restriction & insurance are not required

50%-50% program for salaried clients

  • Finance up to 50% of the car value
  • Loan amount up to EGP 500K
  • Flexible loan tenor up to 84 Months
  • Flexible lending conditions

40%-60% program for salaried clients

  • Finance up to 60% of the car value
  • Loan amount up to EGP 500k
  • Flexible loan tenor up to 84 Months
  • Flexible lending conditions
Fees and Charges
Late Payment fees: EGP 50+ 4% over contracted rate
Admin Fee: 2% on 5 years loans up to 3% on 10 years loans
Early Settlement fees: 5% from the outstanding balance

Documents Required

For Employed Clients:

  • Valid National ID
  • Recent utility bill
  • HR letter

For Self-Employed clients:

  • Valid National ID
  • Recent utility bill
  • HR letter
  • Recent Commercial Register
  • Taxation Card


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