|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Early Settlement Fees||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|RAKBANK - RAK Auto Loan||Minimum Salary: AED 5,000||Salary Transfer: Yes||Early Settlement Fees: 1%||Maximum Term: 5 Years||Flat Rate: 2.35%||Reducing Rate: 3.79%|
RAKBANK Car Loans ensures minimum formalities and flexible repayment periods, that put you in the drivers seat quickly and conveniently.
Features & Benefits:
- Minimum 20% down payment required for Salaried Customers, and from 0% Down Payment for All Business & Self Employed Customers
- No salary transfer needed for salaried customers
- No hidden charges
- Finance available up to AED 3,000,000 for business customers and up to AED 500,000 for salaried customers
- Finance available for new companies with Length of Business from 6 months onwards
- First installment after 60 days.
- Finance available for Insurance, Rust proofing, service and maintenance contracts, and GAP if required
- RAKauto Loans are offered to all UAE nationals, GCC nationals and expatriates holding a valid UAE residence visa. It is available for individuals as well as company purchases
- Minimum age requirements are 18 years and six months for registration and 20 years and six months for cheque payers
- Driver's license
- Salary certificate
- Bank statement
- Vehicle quotation
- Security cheque
- Passport and visa copy
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