Want to sell your used car but have an outstanding loan?

If you have an outstanding balance on your car loan and need help selling it and finding a buyer, you're in great luck! We've also partnered with dubizzle Pro to help you find the right buyer at the right price.  

  • Fixed and variable interest rates starting from 3.75% per annum
  • Pay down only 20% of the vehicle cost
  • Finance may be extended through a loan or credit facility
  • Instant pre-qualification
  • No charges for vehicle release letter, mortgage placement, NOC to traffic department, change in registration or temporary mortgage release

Sell your car with our LoanFREE offer

Dubizzle Pro is offering free listing & evaluation for Emirates NBD customers. If you’re planning on leaving the UAE, cannot manage the payments on your outstanding car loan anymore, or just looking to sell your car, we can help you get LoanFREE in collaboration with dubizzle Pro. 

I want to borrow

AED 25,000 AED 300,000
12 months 60 months

You can borrow AED {0} Auto Loan

with monthly payments as low as

AED  
Flat rate: 2.69% p.a. and reducing rate of 5.06% p.a. Terms and conditions apply. Interest rates vary by tenor & subject to bank policy

Benefits of getting a loan with Emirates NBD

Easy process and documentation

We make getting an auto loan easy with half-day approvals and minimal documentation especially with a good AECB score

Free credit card and bank account

Get a credit card with no annual fees for the first year and a new bank account

Preferred pricing on pre-owned vehicles

Going for a pre-owned car? Get preferential pricing for both cars and corporate fleets

Things you need to know

Borrow wisely and ensure you go through the list of documents for all the fees and charges you'll incur and the terms and conditions involved when you get a loan from us. 

  • If you do not meet the monthly repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears and incur late payment fee.
  • When you miss repayments, this could affect your credit score and limit your ability to access loan/financing in the future.
  • When you refinance your loan or avail installment deferments, it may take longer to pay off than your previous loan. It may also result in paying more interest.