ANZ
ANZ (Car Loan)
        
ANZ Car Loans offer a lower interest rate than most personal loans as you use the car as security. You can apply online in less than 20 minutes and your application could be approved by the next business day. ANZ offer loan terms from one to five years, and your choice of repayment frequency options (fortnightly or monthly).
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
Advantages:
1. Lower interest rate than most personal loans.
2. Budgeting is easy because there will be no changes to your repayments during the term of your loan.
3. Fast and simple application process
4. No deposit for approved customers
5. Flexible repayment options and your choice of loan term
Disadvantages:
1. Loan establishment fee $250
2. Loan administration charge $5 a month
3. Late payment fee $20
Services:
1. They will manage all the paperwork and email the contract documents directly to you.
2. Your choice of repayment frequency options (fortnightly or monthly), so you can set up your loan to suit your budget and pay cycle.

APR: 9.00% - 13.00%Loan Amount: From $7,500
Min Term: 1 yearMax Term: 5 years

Secured Loan: YesUnsecured Loan: No

Terms and Conditions:
The car must be less than seven years old and the amount being financed must be over $7,500
Identification:
Current drivers licence , details of your income, assets and liabilities and employer's address and contact number.
Suitable:
Easy to budget.
Restrictions:
1. The car must be less than seven years old
2. The amount being financed must be over $7,500
3. All applications are subject to ANZ Car Loans' normal credit approval criteria.
        
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ANZ Car Loan (Which Way To Pay - 20/12/2010)
ANZ Car Loan is ranked 3 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

3 Star Rating

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