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The Coronavirus pandemic has forever altered the way people commute. Today, safe travelling necessitates owning a two-wheeler and avoiding public transport whenever possible. So, ride home on your bike in 2021 and reclaim your life, business, goals, and dreams with customised two wheeler loans from Tata Capital.
Our special bike loans aim to support your safe travelling endeavours in 2021. No need to depend on anybody else during emergencies; have your own companion for the road. Finance your purchase with our bike loans featuring exclusive benefits.
Tata Capital offers the lowest EMIs which translate to a daily EMI of Rs 80*, lesser than your daily expense of taking crowded Metro rides. Wait no longer. Bring your favourite bike home today.
Our personalised Shubharambh Two Wheeler finance offerings provide loan tenures as high as 5 years. Tata Capital ensures that you repay EMIs as per your convenience and ride safely post-pandemic.
Avail attractive two-wheeler loan interest rates and own a ride of your choice in 2021. Tata Capital’s Shubharambh loans offer special interest rates for government employees, doctors, chemists, and nurses.
Don’t worry about charges upfront. Through Tata Capital’s Shubharambh Two Wheeler Loans, you can avail a Loan up to 100% of the Two Wheeler’s value!
Following documents are mandatory for availing a two wheeler loan
To get a Tata Capital two wheeler loan, applicants should fulfil the following eligibility conditions:
An applicant can apply for a Shubarambh Two Wheeler Loan via our missed call service, website, WhatsApp, or contact centre.
After selecting and filling up the form, you can upload your story and (or) a video/photo/audio.
Now, the call centre will verify applicants over a call through a unique credit process.
Loan processing will be done as per the special norms for this program as approved by all stakeholder under a separate scheme code.
Approved cases are disbursed as per the standard process, and the corresponding applicant’s story may be uploaded on the website.
Savitri Rawat has been employed as an Asha healthcare Worker in Gurgaon since 2016. “During the pandemic, I was assigned the task to work in a Covid Hospital. I was happy to do my job as a frontline worker, but was worried about the little one at home. My baby had just turned 2 in 2020. I was worried about using public transport and increasing the risk for my family.Know More
Manpreet Singh from Chandigarh, who runs a small Cardboard Manufacturing business has faced many difficulties during the lockdown period as due to lack of labour he had to stop his projects midway and was facing many issues while getting any new work.Know More
“I had started working at a small clinic in Bareily as a radiologist when the pandemic hit. We knew then it was going to be tough for healthcare workers. I took every precaution to not expose my family while fulfilling my duty.Know More