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Car loans in Singapore - which type of car loan is the best for you?
17 Jun 2022
The insane car prices here mean a loan might be the only way for some to afford a car, but it can also be a way to financial ruin if you are reckless.
Goh Zhi Xuan, Photos by Editorial Team | 3,884 views | Car Buying Advice
OCBC offers loan approvals before you go car shopping
16 Apr 2021
The new pre-approved car loan process leverages on MyInfo to get users their maximum loan amount approved so they can have an easier shopping process.
Local News | 9,193 views | Other News
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The easy way to your own BMW in Singapore
26 Mar 2021
With BMW Financial Services, having your own BMW is now easier than ever with three financing options, Access by BMW, BMW Flow and BMW Loan.
Local News | 2,536 views | BMW News
DBS to offer preferential loans to Tesla buyers
16 Feb 2021
Electric car manufacturer Tesla has partnered with DBS Bank to provide loans at a more advantageous rate for customers.
Local News | 7,177 views | Tesla News
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OCBC reverses the car loan application process
23 Jan 2021
OCBC turns the car loan approval process on its head just so you can purchase your next car with the ultimate confidence!
Clarence Seow, Photos by OCBC, Newslink | 13,229 views | Features
6 things to note before you renew your COE for five or 10 years
06 Jul 2020
When renewing your COE, should you renew it for five or 10 years? Here are six things to consider before committing.
Text by Alexandra Cheung, Photos by Newslink | 87,764 views | Car Ownership Advice
Rule of 78 for car loans: Everything you need to know
01 Jul 2020
Looking to sell your current car or swap it for something else? sgCarMart has a handy guide on all you might need to know about the 'Rule of 78'!
Clarence Seow, Photos by Editorial Team, Newslink | 45,314 views | Car Selling Advice
A simple guide to COE renewal: How & when should you renew
29 May 2020
Unsure on how to renew your COE, or wondering what is the PQP? We'll walk you through how to renew your COE before it expires with this simple drivers guide.
James Chan, Photos by Editorial Team, Google Maps, OneMotoring | 112,389 views | Car Ownership Advice
MAS: Consumers can apply to defer payments on car loans from banks
01 May 2020
Individuals may now apply for a temporary halt on payments of their motor vehicle loans following a move by the MAS to ease cash flow concerns.
Local News | 21,548 views | Other News
Rule change allowed car buyers to access bigger loans
19 Aug 2019
Little-known rule change made two years ago has allowed car buyers to be exempted from car loan curbs if they wish.
Local News | 51,888 views | Other News
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Loophole in regulations still allow up to 90% loan on the purchase price
05 Aug 2019
Registering a company continues to allow individuals to legally obtain a 90% car loan, although current loan curbs require at least a 40% cash down payment.
Local News | 33,274 views | Other News
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8 Common COE Renewal regrets and why you should sell your old car
28 Jun 2019
Low COE premiums will tempt you to take a COE renewal loan to renew your COE. But consider selling your car instead. Here are 8 reasons why.
Goh Zhi Xuan, Photos by Newslink, Editorial Team | 112,200 views | Car Ownership Advice
COE Renewal: 10 Things you wish you knew
03 May 2017
Should you renew your COE for 5 of 10 years? From COE renewal loans, pqp and renewing your COE online - these are your must-knows for COE renewal.
Ben Chia, Photos by Low Fai Ming | 330,410 views | Car Ownership Advice
Car loans - Interest rates and terms of popular banks and finance companies
15 Feb 2017
Whether you're in the market for a used or a brand new car, these five banks and financial institutions have ways of getting you one step closer to owning your favourite one.
Nigel Yong, Photos from Design Team | 229,999 views | Car Buying Advice
Banks and finance companies write off 10,533 bad car loans
07 Feb 2017
At the end of last year, about 1.3 percent of car loan holders had an instalment that was overdue by more than 30 days, compared with two percent in 2015.
Local News | 1,927 views | Other News
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