Car Loans in the Philippines

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1. All amounts quoted are in Philippine Peso.

2. Resulting computations are based on indicative rates and for estimation purposes only. These do not constitute an approval nor offer by Security Bank.

3. Actual computations based on prevailing rates will be provided by your Account Officer upon loan application.

4. Maximum Loanable Amount is based on the following:

- For Brand New Cars, amount assumes 80% of your vehicle purchase price.

- For Pre-Owned Cars, amount follows the appraised value or vehicle purchase price, whichever is lower.

5. The result shown in the calculator is representative of payments made one month in advance (OMA). Alternative rates will apply to payments made in arrears.

6. Security Bank Corporation is supervised by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (+632 708-7087 |

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