Australian Military Bank New Car Loan

The New Car Loan from Australian Military Bank can be used to borrow up to 100% of the purchase price of your next car.

Product NameAustralian Military Bank Car Loan
Interest Rate (p.a.) From 5.71% (fixed)
Comparison Rate (p.a.)6.57%
Interest Rate TypeFixed
Min Loan Amount$1,000
Max. Loan Amount$80,000

Pros

  • Loan repayment insurance available
  • Extra repayment facility available

Cons

  • Application fee of
  • Other fees and charges may apply
  • 18+ years of age
  • Employed or receiving an income
  • Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Not bankrupt

How to apply

You can apply online with Australian Military Bank. Remember to have all your personal information ready including

  • bank statements
  • assets and liabilies
  • Employment details

Remember, it's important to compare a range of options before applying for any form of finance

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