銀行汽車貸款

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想要買車但是缺乏現金嗎?無論是各大廠牌的新車或是價格公道的中古車,鉅軒代書銀行購車貸款提供您優惠之利率及汽車貸款額度,滿足您購車需求。

專案特色

本專案為辦理銀行車貸,非民間借款。不限車種,小客車、中古車、貨車、公司車、計程車….皆可,免帳管費、免留車。

申請條件

年滿20歲之車主,職業不限,需信用正常者。

額度限制

依銀行鑑價核定,最高可貸到150%。

貸款利率

新車3%起,中古車6%起(依銀行當期利率為而訂)

還款方式

新車、中古車、原車融資、復額車貸,最長可分五年。
本利攤還:
本金按分期期數平均分攤,每月需繳金額為平均分攤本金+利息

備註1:原車融資→名下有汽車,沒有辦過貸款,以汽車做為擔保品向銀行貸款。
備註2:復額車貸→已辦理銀行車貸且滿一年,即可辦理復額車貸,還款再借出,恢復至原來的額度。

辦理流程

進件→評估核准→動保設定→對保→撥款(流程詳細說明請按我
最快可2天內完成所有流程。

檢附文件

1. 雙正件
2. 行車執照
3. 銀行或郵局存摺封面影本(撥款用)

費用計算

所有費用皆依公會收費標準計算保證最低合理。(依申請條件不同附加費用另計)

備 註

1. 貸款核撥金額與利率會因個人申請條件差異而有所不同。
2. 依照客戶申請條件差異,附加費用另計。
3. 本專案為辦理銀行貸款,客戶有下列情形者,無法辦理:

(1) 半年內有退補50萬以上記錄或逾期、查封、呆帳記錄或者信用卡強停。
(2) 三個月內有遲繳或信用卡延滯30天以上,或未繳信用卡最低應繳金額。
(3) 三年內有銀行拒絕往來記錄。
(4) 曾做保人,借款有呆帳情況未逾5年者。

4. 歡迎來電諮詢 0908-927-682 最專業的團隊將隨時為您服務。

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1. 在申辦貸款時,別聽信低利誘惑,衝動向非法單位辦理,一定要尋求專業合法的單位辦理,以免掉進不肖的黑心業者的圈套。
2. 提醒您在簽訂契約時應詳細了解內容再簽立,勿隨意簽下空白契約和本票,以免造成終身遺憾。
3. 本所為政府立案代書,擁有頂尖的代書團隊及專業的律師顧問,提供您安全的借貸平台,唯有合法的代書才能給您合法的利率。
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