Car Loan

Choosing a car can be a big decision. Whether you'll go for a practical purchase or buy the car that best reflects your personality, we're here to help. Our Car Loan offers a range of benefits that will put you on the fast track towards owning the car you want.

How it works

Borrow up to 100% of the amount, to a maximum of €30,000, to buy your new or second-hand car.

Benefits

  • Lower monthly repayments by spreading the loan over a period of up to 8 years.
  • Get additional cover through an insurance policy included in this product in case of unforeseen circumstances, such as accidental death, temporary or permanent total disablement or redundancy.

Come talk to us

If you're interested in getting a Car Loan, visit us at your preferred BNF Bank branch. Don't forget to bring:

  • Your ID Card
  • Evidence of income:
    • Last year's FS3 and the last 3 months' payslips OR
    • If you're self employed, the last 3 years' Income Tax Return, including the Profit and Loss Account
  • Bank statements of all your accounts held with other banks
  • Evidence of the car you want to buy, such as a pro-forma invoice.

We're ready to listen.

Terms and conditions apply. The loan is subject to the Bank's lending criteria. The Bank reserves the right to amend or withdraw this loan product from the market at any time, at its sole and absolute discretion and without any prior notice. This loan product incorporates an insurance cover that protects clients in case of accidental death, temporary or permanent total disablement or redundancy. BNF Bank plc shall be the policyholder. Details relating to the policy are available on the Bank's website (www.bnf. bank). BNF Bank plc is a credit institution licensed to undertake the business of banking by the MFSA in terms of the Banking Act 1994. Registered in Malta C41030 – 203, Level 2, Rue D'Argens, Gzira, GZR 1368, Malta.

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