Two Wheeler Loan

Owning a two-wheeler is a matter of convenience and travelling via public transport can be cumbersome at times. Purchasing your own two-wheeler would not only solve your commuting woes, but also make your day-to-day journey faster and comfortable. At Fullerton India, we understand how much this matters to you, and offer easy two wheeler loans to help you realise your dream.

With Fullerton India’s two-wheeler loan, you can be the proud owner of your very own bike and travel comfortably to work every day.

Our quick digital application process is designed to make your experience as comfortable as possible. We offer bike loans with maximum loan to value – in some cases, even upto 100% at attractive interest rates and flexible repayment tenures upto 36 months to ensure that your monthly EMI payments are well within your budget.

Please check our free online Two Wheeler Loan EMI Calculator to get an accurate estimate of your monthly EMI payments.

Features & Benefits

Easy Processing

Loan documentation is hassle free and quick loan disbursal

Attractive Interest Rate

Loan amount up to 30 lakhs* with flexible and attractive interest rates

Flexible Repayment

You can opt for an easy repayment schedule

For Working Professional

Two wheeler finance for salaried and self-employed individuals

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Eligibility Criteria

 

Interest Rate Rationale

 

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These are the eligibility criteria you must fulfil before availing this loan:

  • Should be at least 21 years old (at the time of application) and less than or equal to 65 years (at the end of the loan tenor)
  • Should be residing in the city for at least one year
  • Should be working for at least one year
  • Should have a landline number either at the residence or at office
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A copy of any of the following identity proof documents:

  • Passport
  • Photo Credit Card (front & reverse)
  • Voters ID Card
  • Driving License
  • PAN card
  • Copy of Company ID card of MNC/Public Ltd./PSU/Govt. Company
  • Ration Card (if photo is provided)

A copy of any of the following documents as address proof:

  • Passport
  • Voter's ID Card
  • Driving License
  • Rental Agreement
  • Telephone Bill
  • Electricity Bill
  • Gas Connection Bills
  • Ration Card
  • Sale Deed
  • Property Purchase Agreement
  • Life Insurance Policy
  • Letter from Company or Company Provided Accomodation (List of the company's as per the Banks List – ID card of MNC/Public Ltd./PSU/Govt. Company, containing the residence address)

The following Income Proof:

  • Salaried: Latest salary slip for Govt. employees. If Salary slip is not available, only salary certificate to be accepted with deductions. For Partnership/Proprietary firms & Pvt. Ltd. Co's – Salary Certificate to be accepted with the following mitigants: Salary Certificate to clearly state the deductions, and Name & Designation of the authorised signatory.
  • For Self Employed: Copy of the latest Income Tax Return

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