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realventis
post Jan 6 2010, 12:17 PM, updated 7 years ago


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Hi..i need help getting loan to buy car..de problem iz i nt sure what is de current car loan rate nw..
when i go to the proton car dealer center de sales guy said that all de interest car loan rate is fixed by bank negara..(3.75% for 9 years loan ,3.65% for 7 years loan and 3.5% for 5 years loan)
he also said that all interest rate is same for all national type cars ( brand new car)..
is he telling the truth? y some my friend can get lower interest rate??
can anybody give me some advice on getting the best loan car with lower interest rate?
Thanks...(sorry for my bad english)

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post Jan 6 2010, 12:22 PM


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QUOTE(realventis @ Jan 6 2010, 12:17 PM)
Hi..i need help getting loan to buy car..de problem iz i nt sure what is de current car loan rate nw..
when i go to the proton car dealer center de sales guy said that all de interest car loan rate is fixed by bank negara..(3.75% for 9 years loan ,3.65% for 7 years loan and 3.5% for 5 years loan)
he also said that all interest rate is same for all national type cars ( brand new car)..
is he telling the truth? y some my friend can get lower interest rate??
can anybody give me some advice on getting the best loan car with lower interest rate?
Thanks...(sorry for my bad english)
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i get my car loan last year for second hand car @3.75 for 5 years....
this year drop 0.25
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post Jan 6 2010, 12:25 PM


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both interest rates for national car n other car makers are totally not same..
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post Jan 6 2010, 02:14 PM


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QUOTE(realventis @ Jan 6 2010, 12:17 PM)
is he telling the truth? y some my friend can get lower interest rate??

No. He is not.

Back in 2005 when my mom bought her Proton Waja, we visited 4 different Proton dealers here. Most of the dealers offer us 3.7% for a 7-year loan. There was one offered us 3.2%. Luckily we visited one more dealer and they offered us 2.8% only from EON Bank.

It is advisable that you check out the interest rate yourself by visiting every banks. You should start with the bank you have an account with.


QUOTE(realventis @ Jan 6 2010, 12:17 PM)
can anybody give me some advice on getting the best loan car with lower interest rate?
You should check out all the commercial banks in Malaysia. But please note that only local banks offer car loan. Foreign banks do not.

Look out for EON Bank and AmBank. Both are leaders in the hire purchase market.

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post Jan 7 2010, 05:26 PM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 6 2010, 02:14 PM)
No. He is not.

Back in 2005 when my mom bought her Proton Waja, we visited 4 different Proton dealers here. Most of the dealers offer us 3.7% for a 7-year loan. There was one offered us 3.2%. Luckily we visited one more dealer and they offered us 2.8% only from EON Bank.

It is advisable that you check out the interest rate yourself by visiting every banks. You should start with the bank you have an account with.
You should check out all the commercial banks in Malaysia. But please note that only local banks offer car loan. Foreign banks do not.

Look out for EON Bank and AmBank. Both are leaders in the hire purchase market.
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thanks for the information as well i come here tumpang thread icon_rolleyes.gif i also findding out the interest of buying a new car
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post Jan 7 2010, 06:57 PM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 6 2010, 02:14 PM)
No. He is not.

Back in 2005 when my mom bought her Proton Waja, we visited 4 different Proton dealers here. Most of the dealers offer us 3.7% for a 7-year loan. There was one offered us 3.2%. Luckily we visited one more dealer and they offered us 2.8% only from EON Bank.

It is advisable that you check out the interest rate yourself by visiting every banks. You should start with the bank you have an account with.
You should check out all the commercial banks in Malaysia. But please note that only local banks offer car loan. Foreign banks do not.

Look out for EON Bank and AmBank. Both are leaders in the hire purchase market.
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thanks alot MilesAndMore for ur info..it seems that getting the best loan is the 1st priority..
but can we go direct to the bank to get the loan 1st and then go to car dealer 2 tell them we already get the loan approved by the bank?
Wad is the best procedure to ensure that we get the best deal?
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post Jan 7 2010, 07:39 PM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 6 2010, 02:14 PM)
No. He is not.

Back in 2005 when my mom bought her Proton Waja, we visited 4 different Proton dealers here. Most of the dealers offer us 3.7% for a 7-year loan. There was one offered us 3.2%. Luckily we visited one more dealer and they offered us 2.8% only from EON Bank.

It is advisable that you check out the interest rate yourself by visiting every banks. You should start with the bank you have an account with.
You should check out all the commercial banks in Malaysia. But please note that only local banks offer car loan. Foreign banks do not.

Look out for EON Bank and AmBank. Both are leaders in the hire purchase market.
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Well, I'm not sure back in 2005. But if I'm not mistaken, currently the car loan for NEW National cars are fixed. Not sure the rate though, but I do hear forumers getting better loan rate. Even few bankers from different banks (all of them are doing loan) say it is not possible. So, I do actually believe the rate is fixed.
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post Jan 12 2010, 07:22 PM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 6 2010, 02:14 PM)
No. He is not.

Back in 2005 when my mom bought her Proton Waja, we visited 4 different Proton dealers here. Most of the dealers offer us 3.7% for a 7-year loan. There was one offered us 3.2%. Luckily we visited one more dealer and they offered us 2.8% only from EON Bank.

It is advisable that you check out the interest rate yourself by visiting every banks. You should start with the bank you have an account with.
You should check out all the commercial banks in Malaysia. But please note that only local banks offer car loan. Foreign banks do not.

Look out for EON Bank and AmBank. Both are leaders in the hire purchase market.
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Miles, the EON bank loan can be used to buy any car?
It's not necessary to buy the national car with this loan right?
Sorry, I'm new in cars.. sweat.gif

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post Jan 12 2010, 09:15 PM


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Refinance car loans is the solution to get rid of the high interest rate, which the person might be paying on his current car loans. It is a means through which the borrower can shift from his high interest rate debts to low interest rate debts.

http://refinance-car-loans-2.blogspot.com/
http://refinance-car-loans-2.blogspot.com/
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QUOTE(solsekuin44 @ Jan 12 2010, 07:22 PM)
Miles, the EON bank loan can be used to buy any car?
It's not necessary to buy the national car with this loan right?
Sorry, I'm new in cars.. sweat.gif
The interest rate for national cars loan is always higher than foreign cars. So if you intend to buy a Toyata or Honda, you should be able to get an even lower rate smile.gif

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 12 2010, 11:14 PM)
The interest rate for national cars loan is always higher than foreign cars. So if you intend to buy a Toyata or Honda, you should be able to get an even lower rate  smile.gif
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Any reason why? ohmy.gif

Is it bcos the depreciation value higher.
or the assumption that default will be lower for national car buyer?


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Isn't car interest rate control by bank negara?
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post Jan 13 2010, 01:01 AM


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QUOTE(duckaton @ Jan 13 2010, 12:29 AM)
Any reason why? ohmy.gif

Is it bcos the depreciation value higher.
or the assumption that default will be lower for national car buyer?
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i guess national car have the most npl so dat makes it have a higher interest then other ...correct me if im wrong.. icon_rolleyes.gif
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post Jan 13 2010, 02:30 AM


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QUOTE(duckaton @ Jan 13 2010, 12:29 AM)
Any reason why? ohmy.gif

Is it bcos the depreciation value higher.
or the assumption that default will be lower for national car buyer?
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coz foreign car more expensive. even lower interest rate, the TOTAL profit that bank gets is higher nod.gif . back in 2004, u can get 1.38% loan for BMW, but the actual interest amount your pay is rclxub.gif

e.g. proton RM50,000. interest 3.5% = bank get RM1750 per year

bmw RM300,000. interet 1.38% = bank get RM4140 per year


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QUOTE(yeezai @ Jan 13 2010, 01:01 AM)
i guess national car have the most npl so dat makes it have a higher interest then other ...correct me if im wrong.. icon_rolleyes.gif
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sorry, u're wrong. correct answer is my post above nod.gif

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post Jan 13 2010, 02:52 AM


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so which is a more better advice?
Should we go for local car or should we get foreign car?
foreign car = expensive= lower interest
local = cheap = high interest
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post Jan 13 2010, 04:13 AM


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just go for the medium like city or vious

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post Jan 13 2010, 09:18 AM


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HI,

I'm planning to buy a Honda Civic 1.8
What is the lowest car loan interest right now?

anyone know??



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post Jan 13 2010, 10:34 AM


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QUOTE(jes_leong @ Jan 13 2010, 02:52 AM)
so which is  a more better advice?
Should we go for local car or should we get foreign car?
foreign car = expensive= lower interest
local = cheap = high interest
Just go for the car type you can afford. Higher interest is one thing. Less expensive car is another thing. Interest rate for national car might be higher but it is also cheaper. If one doesn't make a lot of money, it is advisable that he/she just settle for a national car.

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QUOTE(jes_leong @ Jan 13 2010, 02:52 AM)
so which is  a more better advice?
Should we go for local car or should we get foreign car?
foreign car = expensive= lower interest
local = cheap = high interest
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currently using proton as this is my first car after graduate. REALLY REGRET. if u cannot afford brand new japanese car, second hand japanese car is way better than new proton nod.gif . I actually want to buy used honda civic but my wife said give bad impression to her parent , so no choice but to buy new car.

after finished paying this car I will buy recond estima (hopefully la sweat.gif )


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Just go for the car type you can afford. Higher interest is one thing. Less expensive car is another thing. Interest rate for national car might be higher but it is also cheaper. If one doesn't make a lot of money, it is advisable that he/she just settle for a national car.
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agreed nod.gif

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 12 2010, 11:14 PM)
The interest rate for national cars loan is always higher than foreign cars. So if you intend to buy a Toyata or Honda, you should be able to get an even lower rate  smile.gif
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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 13 2010, 10:34 AM)
Just go for the car type you can afford. Higher interest is one thing. Less expensive car is another thing. Interest rate for national car might be higher but it is also cheaper. If one doesn't make a lot of money, it is advisable that he/she just settle for a national car.
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Thanks Miles.. Am thinking of getting a manual transmission car.
Kena simpan duit, ai..

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