Assuming your credit profile is
|Car finance rate||XX% APR|
|Cost of credit||£ XXX|
|Total repayment||£ XX,XX.XX|
|48 monthly payments of||
£ 245 /mo
Representative example - Borrowing £5,500 over 4 years with a representative APR of 19.8%, and a deposit of £0, the amount payable would be £162 per month, with a total cost of credit of £2,282 and a total amount payable of £7,782.
A van finance is a great way to find the van you need to support your business. It’s cheaper than buying a new van outright and you can change to a new model in 2-3 years. All you have to do is repay the monthly instalments with the agreed interest and enjoy using your new van.
The three main types of van finance you can choose from are:
You are eligible for a van finance loan as long as you:
If you have not yet qualified for a full drivers licence and currently have a provisional licence, we may be able to help you get a van finance loan.
The only way to find out if you will qualify for van finance is to apply and wait for the lender to perform the necessary credit checks. If you have a good credit history you stand a better chance of securing a deal, but unfortunately, only a ‘hard’ credit check can reveal your full suitability.
There are a number of different factors that go into deciding if you are eligible for van finance. However, if you do not have good credit, Carplus may still be able to help. We allow people with poor or bad credit to apply for van finance, with each application taken on a case-by-case basis.
If you are self-employed and need a van to support your business, Carplus is here to help. We understand how difficult it can be to get credit for a loan if you are self-employed, which is why we do everything possible to find a deal that works for you. Our trusted panel of lenders are able to put together bespoke loans tailored towards anyone who is self-employed, offering affordable and accessible deals that make a real difference to your business.
At Carplus every application is treated on a case-by-case basis, giving customers the fairest chance to get the best possible deal.
We have an unbeatable range of van loan options to choose, with loans ranging between £2,000 to £25,000, with mileage up to 120,000 miles and under 15-years-old. With terms ranging from 18 to 60 months, it’s easy to find the right deal to suit your budget. When you finance a van with Carplus, we also perform HPI checks to ensure you have full ownership of the vehicle once everything has been paid off.
Carplus give you access to the most popular models around including:
And if raising the money for the deposit is a problem, we may be able to help there too. If you meet the criteria you could have the chance to use our no-deposit finance service which you can find out about in more detail when you get in touch.
Applying for a loan with Carplus is easy, taking away the stress and hassle, ensuring you get the quick answers you need.
You can apply for a loan by using the online application form and it only takes a few minutes to complete – with an answer given to you just as quickly.
When applying we’ll ask for standard details such as your name and address. To ensure you get the best deal offers we will also want to know a little more about your current financial situation. If you qualify for a loan, this will let our panel of lenders put forward the best offers matched to what you can afford.
The first part of the application involves going through a ‘soft’ credit check to assess your suitability. If successful, and you wish to take up one of the offers put forward by a lender, you will be able to complete the application on their website, while also undergoing a ‘hard’ credit check.
When you apply for a van loan with Carplus we will first perform a ‘soft’ credit check to ensure you are a suitable match for a loan. This information is not passed onto our panel of lenders and will not be recorded on your credit file.
Before applying for a loan it is important to be aware of your credit rating. You can find out your current score for free by requesting a copy of your file from either Experian, Equifax or TransUnion.