Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has once again partnered with major leading automotive dealers across Qatar to offer special financing packages on the purchase of new and used vehicles during the holy month of Ramadan.
As part of the agreements, QIB customers will benefit from instant approval and competitive profit rates, with up to six-months grace period for Qataris and up to three-months of grace period for expats. Customers will also be eligible to receive a free QIB-Qatar Airways co-brand credit card for the first year after signing and attractive Takaful rates.
“QIB is proud of its reputation as the leading auto financer in Qatar,” said D Anand, general manager of QIB’s Personal Banking Group. “Thanks to our competitive financing packages and our relationships with the leading auto dealers across the country, we are able to help more people than ever realise their need of purchasing a car this Ramadan.”
QIB’s Ramadan auto financing deals are available through most of the auto dealers in Qatar.
The financial packages are designed to offer QIB customers additional choice and competitive financing when purchasing a new or used car during Ramadan. The auto financing deal is Shariah-compliant, arranged quickly and easily from the very first visit.
In addition, Ramadan promotion includes other customer benefits, such as comprehensive auto Takaful of up to three years and extended car warranty.
Terms and conditions apply. For more information about the specific financing packages being offered, contact the automotive dealers directly. Offer is valid from the beginning of Ramadan until July 31, 2016.
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