Truck Finance Calculator
- AFFORDABLE REPAYMENTS FOR YOUR NEXT TRUCK LOAN
- ADJUST THE LOAN TERM TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET
- PRINT A PDF OF YOUR ESTIMATED LOAN REPAYMENTS FOR YOUR RECORDS
- GET ON BOARD WITH A 360 FINANCE TRUCK LOAN TODAY
A Truck Finance Calculator for Businesses and Individuals
Looking for a more affordable solution to purchasing your next big rig, light commercial, bus or delivery vehicle for your business? Break it down into more manageable payments by making use of our truck finance calculator below. By setting a budget, adjusting the loan term and interest rate, you will get a good understanding of your loan repayments over time.
This truck finance calculator is designed to;
- Show how adding extra repayments will save you both time and money
- Test how far your budget can stretch with low rates and repayments from 360 Finance
- Provide an estimate of your loan repayments in an amortized loan schedule (PDF Export Available)
Keep your business moving forward with affordable rates and repayments from 360 Finance. When you are set on your calculations, take the next step by clicking the apply now button at the bottom of the calculator. Our finance managers will then get to work on sourcing you a tailor made truck loan from our trusted panel of lenders and will work tirelessly to get you the best rate. What’s stopping you from getting in the drivers seat today?
- This is a model, not a prediction. It only gives you an estimate of amounts and repayment periods; the actual amounts may be higher or lower.
- It does NOT include extras such as establishment or account fees.
- It applies to loans where your regular repayment includes both interest and the gradual repayment of the amount borrowed. It does NOT apply to interest only loans.
- It does NOT consider your ability to make the repayments shown. To help you consider the impact of interest rates changes, an example is provided. This shows the impact if interest rates rose by 2% per year. Interest rates could rise in future by more than 2% a year.
- It assumes interest is calculated by compounding on the same weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis as the frequency of repayment you select.
- It is NOT intended to be your sole source of information when making a financial decision. You should consider whether you should get advice from a licensed financial adviser.