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Home  ❯  Finance  ❯  Two Wheeler Loan

Personal Finance - Two Wheeler Loans, Bike Loans

Many banks and financial institutions are making available finance for purchase of Two Wheelers viz. Motor Cycles, Scooters, Bikes. You should look into and compare the offers of banks / financial institutions carefully. Some important aspects need to be compared are:

General Features of Car Loans from banks :

PurposeFor purchase of a New Bike / Motor Cycle or a Scooter.
Age21 to 60 years for salaried class borrowers with a minimum six months in employment. 21 - 65 years for self-employed borrowers.
IncomeAn annual income of ₹ 60,000/ or more. (Differs from Bank to Bank.)
Amount of LoanThe amount of loan is determined by:
  • There is no upper limit for sanction of a Two Wheeler loan.
  • The eligibility for the loan amount is determined by the income of the borrower and the cost of the vehicle proposed to be purchased.
  • Banks finance upto 2.5 times the net annual income of the borrower or 80-95% of the cost of the vehicle.
  • Cost of Insurance and registration is also permitted to be included in the cost of vehicle by some banks for arriving at the amount of loan.
Interest RateThe interest rate applicable on car loans is usually linked to the Advance/ Lending Rate of the financing bank and varies with the change in Prime Lending Rate (PLR)/Advance Rate of the bank.

Some banks charge interest on daily reducing balance basis and some banks charge interest on monthly reducing balance basis. The charging of interest on daily reducing balance basis results in less interest load on the borrower.

Processing fee and / or Application Handling ChargesThe amount of processing fee / Application handling charges differ from bank to bank. Some banks charge a flat amount and some charge a percentage of the loan amount.
Some banks also retain a portion of the processing charges/fee in case of rejection of the loan application by the bank.
Type of Loan and RepaymentThe loan is sanction as Term Loan. The repayment is allowed by way of monthly installments for a maximum period of 36 to 48 months.
ApplicationApplication for the loan is required to be made on standard application form of the financing bank / financial institution.
Pre-sanction DocumentsThe application has to accompany the following documents:
  • Two Passport size photographs.
  • Quotation from the dealer for the Motor Cycle/ Scooter to be purchased.
  • Proof of identification (Not required in case of existing account holders) - Copy of Passport, Identity Card issued by the employer, Voter Id Card, PAN Card etc.,
  • Proof of address - Copy of a utility bill (electricity, water, telephone, gas etc.) in borrower's name at the given address, Voter Id Card, letter from employer, Credit Card statement etc.
  • Proof of income : Latest salary Slip showing all deductions and
    Copy of Form 16 issued by the employer for past one/ two years or copies of income tax returns filed.
  • Statement of Bank Account for last 6/12 months.
  • Post dated cheques for the monthly installments of the loan
Post Sanction Disbursal DocumentsAfter sanction of the loan by the banks undernoted documents are required to be executed/ furnished by borrowers to banks:
  • Hypothecation Agreement on non-judicial stamp paper for hypothecating the Two-Wheeler to the Bank / financial institution.
  • Loan agreement on non-judicial stamp paper.
  • Third Party Guarantee on non-judicial stamp paper - Banks may ask for guarantee of one/two person(s) whose networth is good for the amount involved.
  • Copy of Registration Certificate (RC book) with noting of bank's interest in the vehicle as financer (Bank Clause).
  • Copy of Insurance Policy with noting of the Bank's interest as financer in the insurance policy.
Pre-payment / Advance Payment of LoanAll banks usually charge penalty for pre-payment of loan. However, the amount of penalty differs from bank to bank.

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Updated : Mar 08, 2021