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QNB Al Ahli - Car Loan Without Prohibition QNB Al Ahli - Car Loan Without Prohibition Minimum Salary: EGP 0 Salary Transfer: Yes Early Settlement Fees: - Maximum Term: 7 Years Flat Rate: 0.0% Reducing Rate: 0.0%
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Feel the freedom of owning your new car with QNB ALAHLI car loan without sales prohibition. Buy your dream car without any constraints.

• Own your new car without sales prohibition or spare key retention at the bank
• Enjoy a competitive interest rate
• Free life insurance coverage throughout the loan duration
• Fixed monthly instalments all over the loan duration so as not to feel burdened 

• Loan duration up to 84 months
• Offered to QNB ALAHLI payroll, employed and self-employed clients
• Loan amount up to EGP1,000,000
• Minimum age is 21 years for payroll clients and 25 years for employed and self-employed and the maximum age is 60 years at loan maturity
• No sales prohibition and no car insurance is required 
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