ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan

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About ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan

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ICICI Bank Two Wheeler LoanIf you have been dreaming for a bike, but do not have enough funds for buying it, then availing an ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan is the best deal for you. It is a scheme, that offers monetary support to people and help them in purchasing a bike. The loan can be used to buy a new as well as a used bike according to the requirement.

Interest Rates and Charges: 12.5% to 16.5%

Features and Benefits of ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan

  1. Affordable
  2. Simple and Hassle free
  3. Easy to pay back
  4. Flexibility of payment
  5. Speedy Approval in 4 hours
  6. Minimum Documentation
  7. Attractive Interest Rates

Eligibility for ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan

  1. Minimum age: 21 years
  2. Maximum age at loan maturity: 65 years
  3. Minimum employment: For Salaried 1 year in current employment and minimum 2 years of employment / For Self- Employed at least 3 years in business
  4. Minimum Annual Income: For Salaried Rs 48000 net annual income / For Self- Employed Rs. 42,000 p.a.

Documentation for ICICI Bank Two Wheeler Loan

  1. Proof of Identity: Passport copy, PAN Card, Voters ID card, Driving License ( Laminated, Recent, Legible)
  2. Income Proof: For Salaried Latest salary slip with form 16 / For Self- Employed Latest ITR
  3. Address Proof: Ration card / Driving license / Voters card / Passport Copy / Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Life Insurance Policy PAN Card
  4. Bank Statement: Last 6 months

About ICICI

ICICI Bank was founded in 1994. It stands for “Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India”. It was established in 1955, as a joint-venture with the World Bank, India’s public-sector banks and insurance firms, to provide monetary assistance to Indian industry.

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