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Used & New Car Loan, Get Best EMI for Auto Loan - CarTrade

Get up to 90% financing from leading banks for used car and new car at best Interest Rates, EMI. Apply online in a few simple steps and get easy car loan approval for your dream car purchase.

Car Loan Details

New Car Interest Rate

9% Onwards

New Car Loan Tenure

1 to 7 years

Used Car Interest Rate

12.5% Onwards

Used Car Loan Tenure

1 to 4 years

Processing Fees

Varies with bank

Collateral/Security Requirement

None

Interest rates applicable on monthly reducing balance.

How does this work?

Fill in your details once

Fill in your details once

Get Free, No impact credit report

Get Free, No impact credit report

Get approval voucher

Get approval voucher

Visit dealer to buy car

Visit dealer to buy car

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Our Lending Partners

HDFC Bank

HDFC Bank

ICICI Bank

ICICI Bank

IDFC First

IDFC First

IndusInd Bank

IndusInd Bank

Kotak Mahindra Prime

Kotak Mahindra Prime

Tata Capital

Tata Capital

Interest rate Comparison

Bank Name

Car Loan Interest Rate

IDFC First

9.99% p.a. onwards

ICICI Bank

12.5% p.a. onwards

HDFC Bank

12.75% p.a. onwards

IndusInd Bank

15% p.a. onwards

Tata Capital

15% p.a. onwards

Why Choose CarTrade?

Instant approval in minutes

Instant approval in minutes

Affordable and flexible EMI

Affordable and flexible EMI

Compare and choose your best offers

Compare and choose your best offers

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FAQs

  • What are the benefits of applying for a car loan with CarTrade?

    When you fill your basic details into CarTrade car loan eligibility tool, we provide you with all available options based on the information submitted. After you get the complete list of lenders who might suit your specific requirement you can compare the various loan options based on tenure, interest rate, maximum loan amount as well as other factors. You can then go ahead and zero in on the offer that is best suited to your specific requirement.

  • Can I get a loan to purchase a used car?

    Yes, car loan is offered for pre-owned cars. But, the interest rate for such a loan would differ from that of a new car and it would only cover the price of the car itself. Other costs such as transfer of registration, etc. will have to borne by you.

  • What is the maximum amount of car loan that I can avail?

    The maximum loan amount approved may vary from one bank to the other. Usually, banks approve loan amounts that range from 80%–90% of the car’s on-road price. Few banks even lend 100% of the car’s ex-showroom price. In addition to these criteria, the percentage of financing offered depends on the price, type of car (standard/ premium) and whether you are applying for a new or pre-owned car.

  • What documents do I need to submit when applying for a car loan?

    Like any other loan that you apply for, a car loan application requires self attested supporting documents such as income (last three pay slips/last acknowledged ITR), address and identity proof documents along with you PAN card. Other documentation requirements, if any, tend to differ from one lender to another.

  • What is the typical tenure of a car loan?

    The tenure of a typical car loan ranges from 1 year to 5 years. The shorter the loan tenure, the higher is the EMI payable. Currently, a small number of lenders are engaged in providing car loans for longer durations of up to 7 years also.

  • Do I need a loan guarantor or co-borrower?

    A loan guarantor or a co-borrower is only required if you are unable to meet the eligibility criteria stated by the lending institution such as monthly income, age or credit score. Otherwise you can apply for a car loan on your own.

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