EMI Calculator

BikeJunction presents you with the most straightforward EMI calculator. This EMI Bike Calculator has the best and most sorted results, and you can also calculate scooty EMI calculator with this. You will quickly get the EMI for bike as soon as you enter the details displayed on the tab. The bike loan EMI calculation has never been so easy and fast. The EMI calculator on BikeJunction will provide the EMI with the best offers. You can also change the loan amount, interest rates, and tenure of your EMIs.


Calculate Two wheeler Loan EMI

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Frequently asked questions

A. EMI is referred to as Equated Monthly Installments. When someone takes a loan, he gets off the loan amount through finance companies, and for others, he pays down payments. For repaying, the Bank allows you to pay the considerable loan amount in monthly installments, including interest.

A. Down Payment is the difference between the on-road price and the amount you take on the loan. If the on-road price is Rs. 1,25,000 and you are taking Rs. 1,00,000 on finance, then Rs. 25,000 will be the down payment.

A. The interest rate of your two-wheeler loan depends on the amount remaining after the down payment. And also, it depends on the EMI tenure you have chosen.

A. You can calculate EMI with BikeJunction in 3 easy steps:

  • Visit BikeJunction official website.
  • Click on the EMI Calculator tab on the main menu bar.
  • Select the Brand, Model and Variant of your 2-wheeler and finally click on to calculate EMI.

You will then get a comprehensive and accurate EMI calculation based on the down payment and bank interest rate you choose.

A. The charges of missed EMI are decided by the finance company you choose. You need to pay the mandatory amount of late fee.

A. Bike Loan tenure depends upon the EMI duration you are taking. For example, you can avail of a 12-monthly EMI option in which you need to pay significant amounts of EMIs, but the interest rate will be lower. On the other hand, you can go for an EMI option for 84 months, in which you have to pay a low amount of EMIs at a high-interest rate.

A. Many people who take loans think that the job is done after the last EMI, but you need to complete some tasks after the repayment of your two-wheeler loans which are written below:

  • Get your close loan receipt and last EMI receipt.
  • Get the NOC (No Objection Certificate) or the NDC (No Due Certificate) from the Bank.
  • Get the repayment certificate from the Bank.

A. To start the loan application process, you need to submit a copy of all the KYC documents to the finance company. The KYC includes your current address, income proof, Aadhar Card, PAN Card, and Bank statement.

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