Considering taking out Tesco car loans in Ireland? Read this first
If you are living in Ireland and you are thinking about a car loan, perhaps you have been advised to consult Tesco. Apart from being a global grocery store and selling household goods, books, clothing and many more items, Tesco also dabbles in the finance sector and provides a range of loans to its customers.
But before you get too excited, we have some not-so-great news. Unfortunately, since the crisis hit, there are no longer Tesco car loans in Ireland on offer. However, we do have some good news. What you CAN get from Tesco in Ireland is car insurance.
There are three types of Tesco car insurance policies with a range of benefits which include roadside assistance, third party cover, accidental damage coverage, medical costs and more. Of course, the higher the insurance premium you pay the more benefits you receive.To get a quote, all you have to do is log on to the Irish version of the Tesco website, click through to the Finance section, go to their Car Insurance page and fill in their online form.
So, back to the original question, how can you get a car loan in Ireland? There are some lenders out there who are willing to offer car loans to the Irish market. To find a loan that suits you, check out the site of AIB Car Finance.
Just select whether you want a loan either more or less than €10 000 and then proceed to fill in the respective online form. By taking out a car loan with AIB, you receive a number of benefits including choosing your own repayment terms, between one and five years, to suit your income and budget, a 10% discount for new or existing AIB customers and a super-simple application process.