Low rate ute loans from 4.69% p.a. (comparison rate 6.03% p.a.)* for up to $100,000.
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Enjoy a low rate ute loan that is 100% made for you
- We reward your good credit history with even better rates ensuring the loan you end up with has been tailored for you in every way.
- Flexible loan terms from 3, 5 or 7 years for loans between $10,000 and $100,000. Use funds to buy new, demo and used cars.
- No early repayment fees or exit fees help you save more and pay off your loan faster. Because nobody has ever said ‘yes please’ to fees.
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Getting a ute loan is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
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Discover your personalised interest rate and repayments in 1 minute (without impacting your credit score) with our quick and easy online quote.
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Finalise your application in 5 minutes, then complete our simple online identity verification and bank statement upload process.
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After receiving your approval, complete our simple online settlement process to receive your loan funds.
You’ve got questions we’ve got answers.
What is a ute loan?
Are you planning to upgrade your ute or purchase a new one? A ute loan works just like a personal loan. That is, you borrow a specific amount of money and then pay it back with interest over an agreed term. To qualify you’ll need to submit an application and provide us with information to verify your identity and financial circumstances (such as a bank statement). As part of this process we will take into account your borrowing history, employment status, credit score, and other factors.
Why consider a ute loan?
A RateSetter ute loan lets you take advantage of your hard-earned credit rating to purchase the vehicle you need (or want) now and then make affordable monthly repayments to pay it off over the term of the loan. With RateSetter, you will benefit from competitive rates on a flexible new car loan that are often lower than those form traditional lenders such as a bank or dealership finance. Save more money by paying down the loan quicker. Using finance to buy a ute couldn’t be easier.
How does a ute loan work?
A ute loan works just like a standard personal loan. That is, you borrow a specific amount of money and then pay it back with interest over an agreed term. To qualify for a personal loan, you must submit an application and agree to a credit check that takes into account your borrowing history, employment status, credit score, and other factors.
What are the benefits of a ute loan?
Personal loans, including ute loans, allow you to enjoy a lower interest rate than you would receive with a credit card. They also offer a consistent repayment schedule, which makes it easier to budget in advance and avoid fees or penalties for late payments.
How much does a ute loan cost?
If you’re considering a ute loan, you may be unsure of how much it will cost. Fortunately, our ute loans are priced in a relatively straightforward way. The total cost of a ute loan comprises three main factors:
- the interest rate (this may be fixed or variable)
- a one-time establishment fee
- ongoing fees (such as account maintenance fees, late payment fees, and other charges)
These costs are often combined to create a comparison rate that represents the total price of a loan. This allows you to compare different ute loans to find the one that best suits your needs.
For an overview of fees and charges (including interest rates) associated with RateSetter’s ute loans, see the table below:
|Term||1 Year||2 Year||3 Year||Year 4||Year 5|
|Interest Rate||from 6.89% p.a.||from 6.89% p.a.||from 6.89% p.a.||from 9.79% p.a.||from 9.89% p.a.|
|Comparison Rate*||from 8.55% p.a.||from 8.92% p.a.||from 8.92% p.a.||from 10.66% p.a.||from 10.75% p.a.|
|Credit Assistance Fee||from $249||from $299||from $299||from $299||from $299|
|Early Repayment Fees||$0||$0||$0||$0||$0|
*Comparison rates for 3 year loans are based on an secured car loan of $30,000 over a 36 month term. Comparison rates for 5 year loans are based on an secured car loan of $30,000 over a 60 month term. Comparison rates for 7 year loans are based on an secured car loan of $30,000 over an 84 month term. Comparison rates shown assume a customer with an excellent credit history. Rates current as at 02/08/2019. Warning: This comparison rate applies only to the example or examples given. Different amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees, and cost savings such as fee waivers, are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan.
Am I eligible for a ute loan?
RateSetter provides secured and unsecured loans to Australian-resident individuals and businesses. If you are an individual, you can borrow for any worthwhile purpose, including a new car, home improvements, consolidating debt, a major event or holiday.
Save time before applying by making sure:
- You are aged 21 or over
- You are an Australian citizen or permanent resident
- You have a regular source of income that you can demonstrate
- You have a good credit history
To see if you may qualify for a RateSetter ute loan, you can get a RateEstimate – it only takes 1 minute, and won’t affect your credit score. If you request a RateEstimate, we will ask you a few questions so we can calculate an initial estimate of your borrowing potential, and the rates, fees and charges that may apply to your loan.
In making a final decision, we consider a number of factors, including your credit file as provided to us by Equifax and/or Illion, our credit bureau partners. If you would like more information regarding your credit file, you should contact Equifax and Illion directly.
What do I need to apply?
To apply for a ute loan, you will need to complete our identity verification process successfully, as well as considering how suitable a ute loan is to your current circumstances.
To complete identity verification you will need to provide one or more of the following documents:
- Australian State or Territory-issued drivers licence
- Australian or foreign passport
- Address verification document such as a utility bill or tenancy agreement
These details can either be entered on our website during the application process and automatically verified online or you can upload or email them to us at email@example.com.
When assessing your application, we are looking for evidence of how suitable the loan is to your current circumstances and the purpose for which you require funds. Among other things, we’ll assess your:
- Employment stability;
- Repayment history;
- Credit bureau information; and
- Other details you communicate to us.
You will also be asked to verify your income and expenses, and may be asked to provide supporting documentation such as bank statement information or payslips. The documents you will need to provide will be displayed to you during the application process.
Car loan comparison rate based on a secured, 5 year, $30,000 loan for a new vehicle and a customer with an excellent credit history. Rates current as at 9pm, 18 November 2019. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.