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Do you want to purchase a vehicle? Do not have enough funds to pay for it? Then, you can consider applying for an Auto Loan. This loan provides finance for purchasing a vehicle. It allows the person to pay for the vehicle in installments rather than paying the whole cost at once.

 

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Why one should choose Car Loan in Bharatpur ?

  • Easy monthly repayment options.
  • Affordable interest Rates.
  • Easily and quickly available loans.
  • Instantly available.
  • Loan Tenure period varies from 5-7 years.
  • No hidden charges.

 

About Bharatpur :

Bharatpur is a city in Rajasthan , India. It was first considered being an impregnable city and was the capital of Jat kingdom. It is located in Brij region 55 km west of Agra and 35 Km from Mathura. It is also administrative headquarters of Bahratpur district and division of rajasthan.

 

Interest Charges for Car Loan in Bharatpur

 

New Car Loan Interest Rate (Reducing) Used Car Loan  Interest Rate (Reducing) Processing Fee
10.00 % 13.75% Up to 36 Months 0.50%
17.20% Above 36 Months

 

Special Note: Banks do not provide Car Loan to bad credit holder, but one can fulfill their money requirement with Gold Loan easily.

 

Other Leading Auto Loan Providers in Bharatpur (Click to Apply)
Axis Bank Car Loan ICICI Car  Loan PNB Car Loan Other Banks

 


 

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