Affin Bank

Affin Bank Conventional Hire Purchase

Whatever kind of car you want to buy AffinBank's Hire Purchase agreement gives you competitive rates and fast approval

    • Up to 9 years tenure
    • Fixed loan
    • Flat interest rate
    • Up to 90% margin of finance
  • ConditionOriginMaximum YearsMargin of FinanceInterest Rate
    NewLocal9 years90%2.92% p.a.
    Foreign9 years90%2.6% p.a.
    UsedLocal9 years85%3% p.a.
    Foreign9 years85%3% p.a.

Fees & Charges

There are always fees but how much are they?

Interest Rate for New Cars
from 2.6% p.a. to 2.92% p.a., depending on car brand, borrowing amount, and period.
Interest Rate for Used Cars
from as low as 3% p.a., depending on car brand, borrowing amount, and period.
Stamp Duty
RM10
Photocopy Charges
RM10.60
Consent Letter
RM53.00
Early Settlement Fee
None
Late Penalty Fee
8% p.a. of the outstanding amount

*inclusive of 6% GST

Requirements

Do you qualify for this loan?

Minimum annual income
RM24000
Minimum age
18 years old
Maximum age
70 years old
Who can Apply
  • Malaysians

Frequently Asked Questions about Affin Bank Conventional Hire Purchase

Things you might want to know

Who can apply for AffinBank Conventional Hire Purchase?

You'll be eligible as long as you are over 18 years of age, provided that you've got a valid driving license. If you're below the age of 21, the bank might consider you as a high risk individual, so be prepared to provide them with a guarantor for your car loan.

What kinds of cars can be financed with this product?

It doesn't matter if you're eyeing a new, used, or unregistered reconditioned car, either foreign or local, as they all can be financed with the Affin Bank Conventional Hire Purchase. AffinBank can finance up to 90% of your car's value for up to nine years.

What are my monthly repayments like?

Affin Bank calculates your installments using a flat interest rate. This means that over the course of your borrowing period you'll pay the same amount of interest regardless of how much of your debt has been paid to date. Simple, easy, fixed monthly payments.

Well, can I settle my car loan earlier?

Of course you can! Not only that, if you pay off your loan amount in a one lump sum payment you'll be given a rebate on the remaining interest charges.

What happens when I fail to pay my installments?

The bank will not hesitate to repossess your car if you fail to pay your monthly installments for two months in a row, as set out in the Hire Purchase Act 1967. But if you do not default and are just a little overdue for a payment, you'll certainly get a late penalty charge.

What documents do I need to apply for this car loan?

Salaried Individual:

  Identity Document:
  Photocopy of NRIC/Passport and valid driving license
  Income Documents
  Latest 3 months (without overtime) pay slips / salary vouchers; or
  Latest 6 months (with overtime) pay slips / salary vouchers; or
  Latest 6 months commission statements (for commission earners); or
  Latest EA Form or Borang B supported by tax payment receipt or E-Filing supported by acknowledgement

  Supporting Documents:
  Latest EPF statement, or
  Latest 6 months savings/current account statements; or
  Letter from employer to the Bank to confirm individual's income

  Self-employed:

  Identity Document:
  Photocopy of NRIC/Passport and valid driving license; and
  Photocopy of Certificate of Business Registration (Sole-proprietorship/Partnership); or
  Partnership agreement (if any); or
  Certificate of practice for professional (professional bodies); or
  Business Permit / Trading License (if any)

  Income Documents:
  Latest 6 months bank statements; and
  Latest EA Form or Borang B supported by tax payment receipt or E-Filing supported by acknowledgement; or
  Latest Financial Statements or Management Accounts

  Supporting Document:
  Contracts in hand; or
  Sales vouchers (for agro-based sector); or
  Deposits / Investment / Unit trust

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