Features & Benefits:
- Rates starting from 2.99% p.a.
- No mandatory salary transfer to HSBC is required
- Loan amounts up to AED 918,000 depending on your eligibility
- Reduced monthly instalments with Balloon repayment option
- Competitive motor insurance rate for saloons and four-wheel drives
- Dedicated sales specialists at your service
- Available for all types of saloon, four-wheel drive vehicles and motorcycles
- Get an HSBC current account with no minimum balance requirement for the duration of your loan
- You are a UAE national or expatriate resident aged between 21 and 65 years
- You earn a minimum monthly salary of AED 7,500 per month
- Valid Emirates ID
- Valid passport copy (valid UAE visa for expatriates)
- Valid UAE driving licence copy
- Copy of the last three months' salary or income transfer bank statements (a longer period may be required if cheque returns are identified)
- Proof of income – salary certificate/salary transfer letter if salary is not assigned to HSBC Bank or other banks under narration salary
- Repayment mechanism – standing instruction plus an updated security cheque from a salary-assigned account
- HSBC Middle East Finance Company Limited application form and agreement fully completed in block letters and signed in the presence of a sales specialist
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