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Looking for a car loan?

  • Price-match guarantee 2
  • Instant funding 1. Apply online or by mobile 6

For features and terms see below

Representative example 

Loan amount Term Monthly repayment
£0 0 months £0
Total amount
payable
Interest rate pa Representative APR
£0 0 fixed 0

Representative APR applies to loans of £7,500 - £15,000 for terms between 2–5 years. 4

Your rate may differ from the Representative APR. Loans are subject to status. Early settlement fees apply (see below) 4.

Barclayloan Calculator

Use our car finance calculator 3 to find out your total car budget and get an idea of what your repayments and interest rates could be. Your actual rates and repayments may differ, and will depend on several factors 4.

£ How much is your current car worth?

£ Outstanding finance for your current car?

£ Savings you could add to your car budget?

Loan amount (£):

 
 

Term (months):

 
 

 
 
 

Our lowest Barclayloan rate ever

Monthly repayment (£):

205.33

Total amount repayable (£): 

12319.70

APR:

4.5%

£7500

Total budget for a new car purchase, subject to a successful loan application and the figures you have inserted above.
What is the Representative APR?

51% of people who take out a Barclayloan within the amounts and terms shown are expected to get the Representative APR (or a lower APR). Your rate may differ.

What is the Representative Example?

The Representative Example is typical of the loan agreements we expect to enter into at the Representative APR and within the amounts shown.

Representative example 

Loan amount


£0

Term


0
months

Monthly repayment


£0

Total amount payable


£0

Interest rate pa


0
fixed

Representative APR


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Representative APR applies to loans of £7,500 - £15,000 for terms between 2–5 years.

Defaqto is an independent financial research company focused on supporting better financial decision making

Features of our Barclayloan Personal loan

  • You could get an obligation free personal price quote without affecting your credit score. Log in to Online Banking to see whether you have a provisional loan limit, without affecting your credit rating
  • If your application is accepted we can often transfer the money to your current account straightaway 1
  • Price-match guarantee. Find a like-for-like loan elsewhere with lower monthly repayments – we'll match it and give you £50 2
  • One fixed monthly repayment to help you budget
  • You have the legal right to repay the loan early at any time
  • Rates are the same regardless of what you’re borrowing for
  • You can apply online, by mobile, in branch or over the phone, depending on your circumstances and the products you hold 6

 

All loans are subject to status.

Repaying your loan early

You have the legal right to repay your loan early, in part or full, at any time. As well as any other interest that’s due, we’ll charge you a fee equal to 30 days’ interest. This will be calculated using the amount being repaid for a partial repayment or on the amount you owe us if you repay in full. For more information, call 0800 716 5982 5 or visit a branch.

To find out what your repayment fee is at any time, log in to Online Banking, call us on the same number or visit a branch.

Eligibility

Find out if you're eligible to apply online

You may be eligible to apply for a Barclayloan online if you:

  • Are at least 18 years old
  • Are a UK resident
  • Have a Barclays current account

 

What you can use a Barclayloan for

A Barclayloan can be used for almost any purpose, apart from:

  • Anything related to starting or running a business
  • Investment purposes, including buying stocks and shares
  • Timeshares
  • Other property finance, including purchases, part payment or deposits on purchases and property development – although home improvements are fine
  • The repayment of CCJs or gambling debts
  • As a deposit for something being purchased with money from another lender

Top up an existing loan

Top up your current Barclayloan

If you're registered for Barclays Online banking and you already have a loan from us, topping it up could be a good option if you want to borrow some more.

 

There are 2 ways we can help:

 

Top-up your existing loan

When you top-up a loan, we don't actually add money to it. Instead, we set up a new loan for the remaining balance and the extra amount you want to borrow. Then we pay off your old loan from the total, including any early repayment charges, and transfer what's left into your account. The new loan may have a different interest rate from your initial loan, and the term might be different, too. This may mean that you would pay more interest than before.

 

Take out an additional loan

Did you get your current loan for a specific reason and want to borrow for something else, or just want to keep your repayments separate? If you have a Barclayloan and are registered for Online Banking, you could apply for a second loan.

 

Log in to see if you have a provisional loan limit and can apply online. Then follow the application process.

 

If you're not registered for Online Banking, call us on 0800 716 5982 5.

 

As with any form of lending, make sure your new repayments will be affordable.

All loans are subject to status at the time you apply. Early repayment fees will apply.

Get helpful guidance from the experts

We've teamed up with the experts at RAC Cars and Glass's to bring you a selection of handy tools, helpful guides and independent information 7.

 

Read the sections below to take advantage of expert guidance.

Find your next car

Looking for a quality used car? Set your price range and choose your favourite style, make and model and search across thousands of used cars either in your local area or across the country to find the perfect one for you.

If you’ve decided to buy a new car, finding the right one for your budget can seem difficult. Glass’s can help you find new cars at a price to suit you.

Find out the value of car you want to buy or sell

Getting a realistic valuation when buying or selling car is not always easy, but it doesn’t have to be guesswork. If you’re selling a car, you want to get as much as possible for it – but setting the price too high can scare off potential buyers. If you’re buying a car, knowing its approximate value in advance can be a useful bargaining tool when you negotiate a price.

Glass's can provide you with a free online estimate based on the registration number and average mileage data – 9 out of 10 car dealers use them for valuations. It also offers a more detailed valuation based on the actual mileage and if the car has any optional extras.

How to buy a second-hand car

Whether you’re planning to buy a used car from a dealership or a private seller, RAC Cars has some practical tips that will help you avoid problems. You’ll find out how to check that the car belongs to the seller and has not been written off by insurers, as well as the paperwork you should check before buying, such as the log book and vehicle identification number (VIN).

RAC Cars also gives tips on inspecting and test-driving the vehicle, and using car history and professional vehicle checks to make sure you’re not buying a damaged or illegally traded car.

How to check the history of a second-hand car

Before you buy a second-hand car, you’ll probably check the bodywork, the engine and take a test drive – but this doesn’t always tell you everything you need to know. Some details may be hidden until you check the car’s history to see if it’s been stolen, written-off, clocked or has outstanding finance.

Around 1 in 3 second-hand cars sold each year has a hidden past – based on checks done by HPI in 2010. You can get an insight into a car’s history by paying for a HPI Check or HPI Multicheck. It’s an instant, online check by vehicle registration number and you can check up to 3 cars at any one time.

How to cut the cost of owning and using a car

Owning a car can be a costly business, RAC Cars has come up with some points on how to understand and manage your motoring costs. For example, some newer models have engine features that could cut your road tax payment to zero, while start-stop systems (engine turns off when the car stops) can save significantly on fuel over time. 

A yearly service will help to reduce the speed with which the car’s value depreciates, which also helps to prevent problems that could cause a costly breakdown. Even the way you drive can cost you – fast acceleration and hard braking will add to your fuel costs and cause wear to the engine and braking system.

What types of car finance are there to choose from?

Unless you’re a cash buyer, there are 4 main ways to pay for a new or used car – hire purchase (HP), leasing, personal contract payment (PCP) and a bank loan.

There are plenty of questions to consider before choosing, such as whether you have a deposit, how much you could pay each month and how long you’re prepared to stay in an agreement. Your choice could also be affected by whether you’d want to sell the car or trade it in for a newer model in future – even how many miles you drive each year.

RAC Cars has a guide that helps you work out how to choose car finance based on your circumstances and preferences.

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Help and tools

 

Guides and FAQs

Information about borrowing, credit ratings and dealing with debt.

 

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Important information
1. If you apply online and your application is approved, and you can print or download your agreement and sign it online between 7am and 10.30pm, we'll usually transfer the money to your current account instantly. The same applies to loan applications made by phone where, if approved, you sign your agreement in online banking (registration required).
 
2. If you take out a Barclayloan and another lender offers you a like-for-like unsecured loan with lower monthly repayments, you can claim under our guarantee within 30 days of your Barclayloan being approved. We’ll pay you the difference between the two repayments each month, plus a one-off £50 (after you make your first monthly repayment). Please see full Price Guarantee terms and conditions
 
3. The maximum amount for which you can apply depends on your circumstances and how you apply. Calculator results are based on the Representative APR for applications of the amount you entered.
 
4. The rate you’re offered may differ from the Representative APR shown and will be based on your personal circumstances, the loan amount and the repayment term. Loans are subject to status. Eligibility and conditions apply. You must be a UK resident to apply.
 
5. Lines are open daily 8am-10pm except for UK bank holidays. To maintain a quality service, we may monitor and record phone calls. Call charges
 
6. Not all customers can apply via all of these channels and certain restrictions apply. Contact us to discuss your options.
 
7. We’ve teamed up with Glass and RAC to provide you with general information about the car buying process, as well as convenient links to their websites so you can find out more about the services they provide. The general information on this page and on the linked websites has been prepared by Glass and RAC and Barclays Bank PLC and its affiliates accept no responsibility for its accuracy or any loss you may incur resulting from your use of it. This general information and the links provided should not be regarded as advice nor a recommendation by Barclays that you use the services offered by Glass and RAC. By clicking on the links below, you will be redirected to Glass's and RAC's external websites. Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, up to date and relevant, Barclays cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers.
 
Barclays Bank PLC subscribes to the Lending Code, which is monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board. The Lending Code sets minimum standards of good practice when dealing with certain customers in the UK in relation to loans, current account overdrafts, charge cards and credit cards. Further details can be found at the Lending Standards Board

Barclays Bank PLC. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Financial Services Register number: 122702). Barclays Bank PLC subscribes to the Lending Code which is monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board. Further details can be found at www.lendingstandardsboard.org.uk. Barclays Insurance Services Company Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Financial Services Register number: 312078).

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