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Nissan Finance

Nissan finance options, compared in less than 10 minutes.

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Name Interest Rate (p.a.) Comp. Rate (p.a.) Application Fee Monthly Fee Monthly Repayment
loans.com.au - New - Variable Rate Special
Variable3 - 7 Years $5,000 - $150,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.24%
to 7.74%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
7.36%
to 8.85%
Application Fee
$400
Monthly Fee
$8
Monthly Repayment
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OurMoneyMarket New Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $2,001 - $75,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.57%
to 18.99%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
7.19%
to 21.78%
Application Fee
$250
min.
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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Verified Lending Used Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $10,000 - $200,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
7.1%
to 18.99%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
8.06%
to 22.99%
Application Fee
$395
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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Simplify New Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $10,000 - $300,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.19%
to 18%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
6.6%
to 23%
Application Fee
$395
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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Credit Concierge New Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $10,000 - $100,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.29%
to 16.45%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
7.41%
to 17.91%
Application Fee
$553
Monthly Fee
$10
Monthly Repayment
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NRMA New Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $5,000 - $130,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
7.29%
to 16.99%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
8%
to 17.77%
Application Fee
$499
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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Note: Take out a loan for an eligible electric vehicle and receive a 1.5% discount on your personalised interest rate (interest rates start from 5.79% p.a. and comparison rates from 6.49% p.a.)
Credit Concierge Used Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $10,000 - $1,000,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.8%
to 17.45%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
7.56%
to 18.91%
Application Fee
$553
Monthly Fee
$10
Monthly Repayment
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OurMoneyMarket Used Car Loan - No Vehicle Age Limit
Fixed1 - 7 Years $2,001 - $75,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.57%
to 18.99%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
7.19%
to 21.78%
Application Fee
$250
min.
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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Simplify Used Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $10,000 - $300,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
6.19%
to 18%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
6.6%
to 23%
Application Fee
$395
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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NRMA Used Car Loan
Fixed1 - 7 Years $5,000 - $130,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
8.49%
to 16.99%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
9.21%
to 17.77%
Application Fee
$499
Monthly Fee
$0
Monthly Repayment
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You'll receive a fixed rate from 8.49% p.a.
Finance a used car with NRMA and benefit from a fixed rate term and no monthly fees. Pre-approval available within 5 business hours.
loans.com.au - Variable Rate Used Car < 5 years
Variable3 - 7 Years $5,000 - $150,000
Interest Rate (p.a.)
7.74%
to 7.74%
Comp. Rate (p.a.)
8.85%
to 8.99%
Application Fee
$400
Monthly Fee
$8
Monthly Repayment
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What are my Nissan finance options?

There is a range of finance options to choose from:

  • Car loan. This is where you borrow money from a lender to buy the vehicle you want. These are secured loans, which means that the lender takes security over the vehicle to protect the loan. Because the loan is secured you can find interest rates of between 4.05% and 10% p.a.
  • Personal loan. A personal loan works the same way as a car loan except the way you use the funds is more flexible. The loan can be unsecured, which means you don’t need to provide an asset as security, or secured, where you need to provide an asset, such as the vehicle you’re buying, as security. Unsecured loan interest rates range between 5.49% and 12.15% p.a. and secured personal loan interest rates range from 5% to 10% p.a.
  • Car lease. This allows self-employed people or business owners to buy a car for commercial purposes. The lender purchases the car and you make lease payments until the end of the term of the lease.
  • Novated lease. This is a method of salary packaging a car. As an employee you can lease a car and your employer pays the lease repayments from your pre-tax income. This can be a tax-effective way to purchase a vehicle.
  • Finance through Nissan. Dealership finance is available through Nissan, which is an option to consider if you want everything done in one transaction. Remember to look beyond the interest rate offered and check the fees and charges attached to Nissan finance. Check for other requirements, such as balloon payments, that make the repayments seem more competitive than they are.

What should you know before applying for a Nissan finance option?

Being aware that the new car you are purchasing will decrease in value as soon as you drive it off the lot is a good place to start. If you are financing a new Nissan purchase it’s important to understand that the finance you’re taking out will be more than what your vehicle is worth when you drive it off the lot.

Another thing to consider when looking for finance is whether there is a minimum or maximum limit to the loan that you’re applying for. Some lenders have minimum amounts you can apply for whereas others let you borrow as little or as much as you want, as long as you show you can pay it back. Depending on the cost of your Nissan, this may affect which finance choices you have.

Things to look for with your Nissan finance

There are a number of details to check in your finance before you zoom away in your Nissan:

  • Can I afford the repayments? Knowing your financial situation and if you can afford the repayments, whether they be monthly, fortnightly or weekly, is very important before you consider getting a new car. You don’t want to drive yourself into debt.
  • Do I have inferior credit or am I bankrupt? Some lenders don’t let you apply for their loans if you have inferior credit or have declared bankruptcy. However, there are other lenders available that are willing to help you out.
  • Is there a balloon payment? Finance offered by dealerships often come with balloon payments. These are amounts deducted from your principal borrowing amount which you’re required to pay at the end of the loan term. Balloon payments can decrease your ongoing repayments, but coming up with the balloon payment at the end of the term can be difficult. It is usually upwards of $5,000.

What should you do before taking out Nissan finance?

Before you finance your dream car, these are some things to think about:

  • What is my budget? Nissan has an entire range of vehicles to choose from, which also means a range of prices. Prices can start from $26,000 for smaller cars and go as high as $96,000 for luxury SUVs. The prices you see on the website are a base amount and don’t include costs for additional features you might want to add as well as GST and luxury car tax.
  • What kind of car do I want? Nissan has many models to choose from, which can be intimidating. You can choose from small cars such as the eye-catching Nissan JUKE to zip around the city in, the classic Nissan Navara ute in a range of cab sizes, and the sporty Nissan Z, which will have everyone turning their heads when you zoom on by. Knowing what car suits your lifestyle is the best place to start.
  • What kind of features do I want? Nissan has a range of features available in its vehicles that vary depending on the model you choose. For example, the Nissan Qashqai comes with a panoramic glass roof and intelligent parking assistance as well as leather seats. The JUKE comes with a leather-accented seat trim and a touchscreen colour display. Although these differing features can be confusing, figuring out what you’re flexible on and what you’re not can help you decide.

Nissan finance costs to consider

Some costs for you to think about before applying for a loan include:

  • Loan fees. The application fee that is charged to apply for a loan as well as monthly fees and transaction fees can really add up. Ensure you are aware of all the fees that might be charged before applying for a loan.
  • Upkeep of the car. Paying for fuel, servicing, new tyres and running your car can be expensive. There is also car washing to consider – you’ll want everyone to see how nice and clean your new car is! RACV’s 2017 vehicle operating costs estimate for a medium-sized vehicle is for between $176.75 to $302.43.
  • Registration and insurance. It costs money just to be allowed to drive on the road. This is the cost of registration. You’ll also need to consider what car insurance you need outside of the compulsory insurances, such as third-party property cover.

What you need to apply for a Nissan loan

You will need the following to apply for a car loan:

  • Financial statements. Financial statements can be three months or more of payslips, your latest bank statements that show income coming in to your nominated accounts, or your latest tax return. What will be required varies from lender to lender.
  • Identification. This differs between providers but you will generally need your Australian driver’s licence, Medicare card, birth certificate and/or passport.
  • A stable income. Most lenders won’t let you borrow money from them if you cannot show that you have a stable income. However, some lenders have more flexible income requirements. Do your research on which lender is right for you.
  • Your current assets and liabilities situation. An accurate picture of all your assets and any current debts that you may have is necessary for lenders to see how much of a risk you are when it comes to lending you funds.

Figuring out if your new Nissan is right for you will be a lot easier if you are aware of your financial situation and what options are available to you. Once you have done your homework, choose your favourite and go get it!

Nissan Australia models

Nissan Australia models
Nissan Juke – The Juke is a popular small SUV. Driveaway prices start from $27,600, for the entry-level ST. Key features include a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, a 7-speed automatic transmission, an 8-inch touchscreen display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, 17-inch alloys, auto LED headlamps with High Beam Assist (HBA), Intelligent Emergency Braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection and Intelligent Lane Intervention.
Nissan Qashqai – The Nissan Qashqai is one of the biggest-selling small-size SUVs under $40,000. It rivals vehicles like the Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-30 and the Toyota CH-R. Driveaway pricing starts from $33,000. For the money, you get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a rear view camera, Intelligent Emergency Braking, a leather-accented steering wheel and gear knob and 17-inch alloy wheels. The base model is a 4x2, with a 6-speed manual gearbox and 2.0-litre petrol engine.
Nissan X-Trail – The X-Trail is a medium-size SUV and is one of the best performers within that segment. It rivals models like the Toyota RAV4, the Mazda CX-5 and the Subaru Forester. Nissan prices the X-Trail from $35,900. At that price, you get the ST trim. Highlights include: Intelligent Emergency Braking, Nissan Intelligent Key with push-button ignition, a Drive-Assist® display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a rear view camera, a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine, 4x2 drivetrain and a 6-speed manual gearbox.
Nissan Patrol – The Nissan Patrol is a luxury 4x4 that is a direct competitor to models like the Toyota LandCruiser and some of the less costly Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz 4x4s. Prices start from $84,900. The Patrol has a 5.6-litre V8 with a 7-speed auto. Highlights on the entry model include satellite navigation, power front seats, Blind Spot Warning, Around-View Monitor®, Emergency Braking and a leather-accented steering wheel and seats.
Nissan Navara – The Navara is Nissan's ute. It's available as a farm-spec ute from $33,050. This model has a 2.3-litre twin-turbo diesel engine, Hill Descent Control, Hill Start Assist and an electronic rear diff-lock (on 4x4 models). This Navara has a 6-speed manual transmission. Higher-tier Navaras are specced more like luxury 4x4s that make an ideal ute for those who want a family car that will double up as a vehicle for business use.
Nissan Z – The Nissan Z is an affordable sports car. It starts from $75,800. The Nissan Z has a 3-litre V6 petrol engine and a 9-speed automatic or 6-speed manual gearbox. With two seats, this thing is all about driving. Power measures 298kW and torque is a grunty 475Nm.
Nissan Leaf – The Leaf is one of the most established electric cars, ever. It starts from $49,000. The Leaf can travel up to 270km on a single charge of its 40kWh battery. Key features include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, sat-nav, a reversing camera (with predictive path guides) and a 5-star ANCAP rating.

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