Buying your new car is easier than ever, thanks to this Mozo Experts Choice Award winner

Ceyda Erem

15 Feb 2019

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It’s no secret that buying a car can be just as exciting as it is stressful - there’s heaps to organise, plus a decent amount of paperwork to sort through before you’re given the keys to your new ride.

But with more and more Aussies turning to car loans to help seal the deal, it’s not uncommon to see lenders doing their bit to help take the hassle out of buying a new car.

For example, customer-owned bank and multiple Mozo Experts Choice Personal Loan Award winner, MOVE Bank recognised the financial and mental strain car shopping has on Aussies and created the MOVE Bank New Car Loan.

“There’s a confusing array of car loans on the market at the moment, that’s why we’ve decided to keep our car loan simple,” said MOVE Bank CEO, Therese Turner.

“We know buying a new car can be a stressful and time consuming process, so we wanted to help our members get value for money and enjoy a hassle free buying experience.”

And that strategy certainly paid off, MOVE Bank took home three Mozo Experts Choice Awards across the Excellent Credit Unsecured Personal Loan, Unsecured Personal Loan and Car Loan categories.

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Taking the hassle out of choosing your new wheels

Aussies hoping to land a brand new car know that reliability, a clean record and being within budget are key to finding ‘the one’.  And a combination of a lack of time and expertise can make the job of car shopping even harder.

But Aussie car loan borrowers may no longer have to spend hours browsing car sale sites, with a partnership between MOVE Bank and Car Search Brokers Australia making endless car sale scrolling a thing of the past.

“Car Search Brokers Australia use their network of dealerships to find a vehicle and negotiate a price, ensuring that members find a car that is best suited to their budget and lifestyle,” said Turner.

“Car Search has the decades of experience and a national network to locate the best possible car deal.”

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Aside from matching Aussies with the dream car, the free, non-obligation services also offers free RACQ vehicle inspection for used cars over $10,000, vehicle delivery anywhere in Australia, warranty for used cars and clear title guarantee.

“We also offer a dedicated lending specialist who will help guide our members through the entire process - from the initial contact to the purchase of the vehicle,” said Turner.

Just like buying a car, shopping around on a car loan is essential, so if you’re not sold just yet, you can check out some current car loan offers down below, or head over to our car loan comparison tool for more options.

Car loan offers - rates updated daily

  • Promoted

    People's Choice Credit Union

    People's Choice Credit Union

    Discounted Personal Car Loan (Cars over $20k, Fixed, Secured)

    5.64% p.a.

    5.99% p.a.based on $30,000
    over 5 years

    $250.00upfront and $0.00/month

  • Promoted

    Australian Military Bank

    Australian Military Bank

    Car Loan - Excellent Credit (Up to 5 years old, Variable, Secured)

    5.71% p.a.to 8.66% p.a.

    6.57% p.a.to 10.07% p.a.based on $30,000
    over 5 years

    $100.00upfront and $10.00/month

  • Promoted

    MyState Bank

    MyState Bank

    Secured Personal Loan (vehicles up to 2 years old, Variable)

    7.99% p.a.

    8.96% p.a.based on $30,000
    over 5 years

    $200.00upfront and $10.00/month

  • Promoted

    loans.com.au

    loans.com.au

    New Car Loan (Up to 2 years old, Fixed, Secured)

    5.44% p.a.to 5.94% p.a.

    5.99% p.a.to 6.5% p.a.based on $30,000
    over 5 years

    $400.00upfront and $0.00/month

  • Promoted

    CUA

    CUA

    Secured Car Loan (Fixed)

    6.79% p.a.

    7.16% p.a.based on $30,000
    over 5 years

    $265.00upfront and $0.00/month

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