To coincide with the ongoing Qatar Motor Show 2016 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, Doha Bank has announced its latest car loan offer.
Customers can avail of finance up to 100% of the car value – for both brand new and pre-owned cars – at flat annual interest rates starting at 1.99%.
There is a complementary discount voucher worth QR1,500 from Zeibart along with a chance to win the car loan back up to QR100,000.
“Our new car loan offer is designed to provide new and existing Doha Bank customers with the chance to own their dream car with the fastest loan approvals and the lowest equated monthly instalments,” said Dr R Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank.
“The Doha Bank car loan offer comes with a significant discount of up to 25% on your car insurance from Doha Bank Assurance Company, free 24-hour roadside assistance for the first year and a chance to win a whopping QR50,000 on your car insurance.”
Qatari and expat residents will be able to avail car loans from Doha Bank as early as their first salary is credited to their account, with a maximum loan amount of QR750,000 for Qataris and QR350,000 for expatriates.
Customers availing Doha Bank car loans will also receive a pre-approved credit card in addition to a pre-approved personal loan, which makes this car loan offer seriously unbeatable.
To receive more information on Doha Bank’s car loan scheme, call 4445-6000, SMS ‘CAR’ to 92610 or Build your own car loan, apply http://goo.gl/2fklTK
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