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Owning a car is not anymore branded as a sign of luxury but it is among the basic needs of everyday living. An Auto Loan is an offer that allows a person to turn their dream into reality.  It is the best way to acquire a Car without paying the whole cost at once.

 

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Why should one choose Car Loan in Barmer?

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

 

About Barmer:

The city of Barmer is the Headquarters of the Barmer District, the state of Rajasthan. Barmer is a city and a Municipality. The name of Barmer is derived from the ruler Bahada Rao Parmar or Bar Rao Parmar. It had a population of 83,517. The Barmer district is above the sea level and 22 km in length. The longest river in the District is the Luni. It is famous for its carved wooden furniture and hand block printing industry, woolen industries, gaur industries, oil.

 

Interest Charges for Car Loan

 

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.

 

 


 

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