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Old 15th April 2009, 10:45   #16
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Bushan is very high and that's the reason I asked if anyone has availed bank loans (minus private finance institutions) for super bikes.

My friend Prefers either Fireblade or R1.

The reason why nobody finances privately imported bikes is due to non-availability of comprehensive insurance in case of fire/accident etc.
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Old 15th April 2009, 13:31   #17
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You guys may also want to consider getting a personal loan, if you encounter a problem in bike financing. Many banks offering competitive rates out there. Also, don't overlook the loan against fixed deposit option (Car Loan against Fixed Deposits).



I doubt any finance company will cover a privately imported bike.
Thanks GTO, prefer to deal with a bank and avail a autofinance option. I was told that Bushan charged about 7% interest till end of feb or march.
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if we dont any option for insured & financed import sbk then we should be safe & buy from Yammie INDIA with BAF finance & some Comprehensive Insurance. I have gone this way & am very happy as i feel safe for my Super Purchase its legal, insured & proper warranty cover PRAPT SBK
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Old 15th April 2009, 14:42   #19
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err sorry for asking a noob question but exactly do you mean by comprehensive insurrance for the bike?
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Comprehensive Insurance = where the vehicle is covered by insurance for any event of total loss/theft etc etc

3rd party insurance = In case of any accident then the party you bang you vehicle can claim damages from your insurance agency

(hope I am right)
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Old 16th April 2009, 05:31   #21
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Isn't there some sort of a ceiling for two wheeler loans? I have heard about some Cooperative Banks having a ceiling as low as 35,000, though in case of nationalized banks, the case will be quite different.
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Axis bank also finances but only for the Yamahas.
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Axis bank also finances but only for the Yamahas.
are they any cheaper then the BAF folks ... for yammie SBKs ... as BAF charges 8%flat interest for full tenure.
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A person I know had his bike(R1) financed by canara bank also (they were fast and ICICI lost it with too much of pain in a$$ ) .
IIRC, that person was Akhil aka Rossiter from XBHP (I think he is around this forum as well).

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err sorry for asking a noob question but exactly do you mean by comprehensive insurrance for the bike?
Comprehenisve insurance covers you for damages done to your own bike and onto others and for thefts/damages.
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Wonder if Yams and Hondas have their own finances like the 4 wheeler finances like Ford finance etc.

Does anyone know of anyone who has availed loan for 1000RR in India?
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for YAMAHA you have BAF but other du-pahiya wahan makers dont have their own subsidiary but they may be trying to have some tie-up with other banks etc to be able sell their bikes like YAMs do.
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Just spoke to Honda today. They have tied up with HDFC. Horrible bank.
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WHy do you say so, its one of the best banks when it comes to loans.
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So as a FYI can someone post whats the On Road Price and finance options, like Down payment amount + EMI per month for x years? - For CBR1000RR, R1, MT-01 and the Busa?
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