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Maybank Car Loan Review: Is it Worth Considering?

Maybank's car loans are not the cheapest, but worth considering as a backup option.

Maybank Car Loan Review: Is it Worth Considering?

Maybank's car loans are not the cheapest, but worth considering as a backup option.


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  • Great alternative when unable to find approval from other lenders
  • Islamic vehicle financing available


  • Not the cheapest car loans available
  • Not the best for refinancing an existing car loan

Maybank's car loan rates are about average compared to those of other loans available in Singapore, with an interest rate of 2.78%. Therefore, it is best to view the bank as a backup option if you are not approved for other sources of vehicle financing.

Summary of Maybank Car Loans
Interest Rates: 2.78% p.a.
Loan Tenure: 1 to 7 years
Maximum Loan Amount: Up to 60% or 70% of vehicle price

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What Makes Maybank's Car Loans Stand Out to Borrowers

Maybank charges an interest rate of 2.78%, which is not the best rate available in Singapore. For this reason, we recommend that prospective borrowers view the bank as a backup option. It is also worth noting that Maybank offers Islamic auto financing, which may be of interest to prospective borrowers. However, Maybank does not provide additional details about this product on its website, making it difficult to assess its affordability compared to other loans.

Total Cost of Maybank's Car Loans

Duration (Years)Flat RateMonthly PaymentTotal Interest Cost
Assuming loan of S$70,000

Who Can Apply: Eligibility Criteria

Consider this if you are not able to obtain a cheaper car loan
  • Interest Rate
    • 2.78%
    • Maximum Principal
      • Up to 60% or 70% of car price
      • Maximum Term
        • 7 years

        Maybank offers its car loans to Singaporean Citizens, Permanent Residents and foreigners residing in Singapore. Applicants must be at least 21 years old. Foreigners applying for a car loan from Maybank must apply with a local guarantor. Additionally, Maybank offers the largest loans for new and used cars possible under MAS rules, with principals of up to 60% or 70% of the vehicle's value.

        Maximum Loan Principal

        Vehicle's Open Market ValueMaximum Loan
        S$20,000 or less70% of the purchase price or valuation price, whichever is lower
        Greater than S$20,00060% of the purchase price or valuation price, whichever is lower

        Other Charges and Fees

        Maybank does not provide details of any fees associated with its new or used car loans. Typically, lenders charge fees for late payments or for fully repaying a loan before the end of its tenure. We strongly recommend that you understand the fees associated with any financial product before applying. This also true for car loans, as expensive fees can increase the total effective cost of owning your vehicle.

        How to Apply: Application Process

        Individuals interested in applying for Maybank's car loans must complete an application form and provide documents proving their identity, income and employment. Maybank also requires applicants to complete a hire purchase agreement form, if applicable.

        Examples of Required Documents:

        • Photocopy of NRIC/Passport
        • Computerised payslip
        • CPF Statement of Account
        • Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment
        • Transfer of Vehicle Ownership (if applicable)

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        Stephen Lee

        Stephen Lee is a Senior Research Analyst at ValueChampion, specializing in insurance. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from the University of Washington, and his prior work experience include risk management and underwriting for professional liability and specialty insurance at Victor Insurance. Additionally, Stephen is a former US Peace Corps Volunteer in Myanmar (serving between 2018-2020), where he continues to provide business development consulting services to HR companies in Asia Pacific.