Ways to pay for a vehicle.
Whether it's brand new or pre-loved, you'll need to consider how to pay for your new car.
Ways you can pay for a vehicle.
Whether you’re looking to replace your old runabout or trade up into a smarter model, buying a new car is a big purchase that requires some thought. One key consideration is how you might pay for it and the ins and outs of your options. To help you get you started, here are two common methods of paying for a new car:
- Saving up the funds. This is a very cost-effective option as you're using your money! There are no fees or interest to pay. However, it takes time to save, so if this is your preferred way of paying for a car, you’ll need to allow some time to save
- Borrowing the funds using a car loan. If you don't have enough money saved up and need a car quickly, a car loan could provide immediate assistance. At Westpac, car loans can allow you to move fast if approved. An establishment fee is charged at the start of the loan and you will pay interest until the loan is paid off. There’s no early repayment penalty fee, so if you can pay off the balance faster you could save on interest.
If you’re considering a car loan, it’s important to take the time and research what’s right for you.
We can help.
Personal loan calculator
Considering a car loan to pay for all or part of your new vehicle? Understand how much you could afford to borrow and how long it would take to pay off.
Getting a Westpac car insurance quote (and buying insurance) is quick and easy. You can do this yourself online or call us on 0800 177 277.
Things you should know.
Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply to Westpac products and services. Eligibility criteria and lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. An establishment fee of $100 may apply.