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National Bank of Greece - Car Loan National Bank of Greece - Car Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 1,600 Salary Transfer: Early Settlement Fees: - Maximum Term: 5 Years Flat Rate: - Reducing Rate: -
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Benefits

  • Competitive interest rate and affordable repayment schedule
  • Get your approval in 72 hours
  • No guarantors required

Features

  • Minimum down payment 20% of car price
  • Lending up to 80% from car value
  • Flexible repayment period up to 60 months
  • Loan up to EGP 250,000

Eligibility

  • Offered to Egyptians & foreign residents
  • Minimum age 21 years
  • Minimum net monthly income:
    • For Salaried:  EGP 1,600
    • For Self-Employed: EGP 3,500

Required Documents

Salaried documents

  • Egyptians: Photocopy of Valid ID 
  • Foreign residents: Photocopy of Valid Passport
  • Recent original utility bill with current address
  • HR letter/3 salary slips/ 3 months bank's statement
  • Vehicle Performa invoice

Self Employed documents

  • Egyptians: Photocopy of Valid ID 
  • Foreign residents: Photocopy of Valid Passport
  • Recent original Utility Bill with current address
  • Last 6 months bank's statement (personal or business)
  • Photocopy of commercial register and tax card or equivalent
  • Vehicle Performa invoice
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