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Bankwest Car Loans

BankWest was first established in 1895 by the Government of Western Australia. Known back then as the Agricultural Bank of Western Australia it was launched to assist in developing the state’s agricultural industry. Throughout the next 50 years the bank underwent a series of name changes. In 1994 it embraced the trading name of BankWest. The bank currently stands as Western Australia’s leading bank and holds a Standard & Poors short-term credit rating of "A-1+" and long term rating of "AA-". Its provision of investment grade security has developed its interstate client base at a phenomenal rate with 48.8% of activity accounting for its total lending at the end of 2006. Some of BankWest’s most popular products include the BankWest Lite Mastercard,Zero Mastercard and TeleNet Saver.

Bankwest car loan repayment calculator

Thinking about taking out a car loan with Bankwest? Use our car loan calculator to see how much you’d have to repay under different borrowing scenarios. You can also see how Bankwest car loans compare with other options.

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Student car loans are not a necessarily a product in and of themselves, but what you may be looking for is a guarantor car loan.

A guarantor car loan has a third-party act as a form of guarantee for your loan application, telling the bank or lender that if you default on your loan, someone will pay the loan repayments.

Going guarantor on a car loan is no new thing, and before internet-based credit scores, guarantor car loan applicants would apply for loans with a guarantor or property owner who could vouch for the person borrowing the loan.

To get a guarantor car loan, you’ll need someone willing to act as a guarantor for your car loan.

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