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We were the first car specialists online, we deliver fast turnaround times and same day settlement.+ Read more
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Applying for loans with multiple lenders can negatively impact your overall credit score. We know our lenders and generally get approval first time without shopping around.+ Read more
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How do car loans work?
knowing what you're agreeing to is essential. Check our summary of how car loans work - the repayment options you have and other detail to keep you in the driver's seat. For example: how interest and repayment terms work; fees and terms; all the nitty gritty.View guide
How to avoid buying a lemon
Many Kiwis have bought used vehicles which have turned out to be less than they expected. The AA offers some advice on how to avoid buying a lemon. The AA offers full bumper-to-bumper examinations at centres nationwide and also pre purchase inspections at the location of the seller.View guide
1.* Rates of 7.95% subject to lending criteria and eligibility. 1 hour approval and same-day payout subject to the applicant meeting the lending criteria and supplying all the required information to process the loan application.
2. Our lender will independently assess whether you are eligible for a loan. We don't provide advice on whether a particular car loan offered by a lender is suitable for you.
3. You are protected by responsible lending laws. Because of these protections, the recommendations given to you about lending through Motor Vehicle Finance are not regulated financial advice.
This means that duties and requirements imposed on people who give financial advice do not apply to these recommendations. This includes a duty to comply with a code of conduct and a requirement to be licensed.