Finance your next car through dtr

Get a finance quote and buy a car either from our website - see our listings or find one yourself privately and use our Dealstrike system to strike a deal to buy it – all online.

Fenda proudly partners with dtr finance. They support loans from $5,000 to $30,000 with interest rates ranging from 9.95% - 29.95% p.a. Use our quick and easy no-obligation RateFinder to find out what interest rate we might be able to offer you.

Why choose finance through dtr

  • The loan application is entirely online.
  • It only takes a few minutes to apply and we’ll give you a decision within 60 seconds.
  • Our interest rates from 9.95% p.a. are very competitive.
  • Our fees are some of the lowest in the vehicle finance market.
  • No printing paperwork for verification – we’re able to check everything online (if you supply us all the required information).
  • You can get loan pre-approval before you start looking so you can shop with confidence.
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Here are dtr’s rates and fees:

Annual Interest Rate: 9.95% - 29.95% p.a. variable, depending on your circumstance

Application Fee: $75

Referral Fee: $295

Late Payment Fee: $15

Refinance Fee: $75

Early Repayment Fee: $60

PPSR Fee (for secured loans only): $8

Monthly Admin Fee: $5 per month.

Penalty Interest: 5% p.a. above prevailing rate.

dtr lending fees, rates and contracts apply.

Here’s why financing might be the best option for you

Getting a loan for your vehicle may let you buy a newer, safer, more fuel efficient and reliable car, with lower maintenance costs to pay over the longer term.

When you finance, you’ll be able to see exactly how much you’ll be paying every month which will make it easier to manage your ongoing budget. Breaking down a large purchase into smaller regular repayments often makes this more affordable too.

Once you’ve got your loan, make sure you keep up with your regular repayments as this information is now recorded on your credit file. Keeping up with your repayments will demonstrate to other lenders that you are managing your current financial commitments and may be credit-worthy for future lending. If you are having difficulty making your repayments, make sure you contact your credit provider as soon as possible.

About dtr finance

dtr’s origins began way back in the early 1960’s with a single store renting televisions because they were so expensive to buy. Still Kiwi owned, dtr has emerged to become a substantial finance company, with 23 stores from Whangarei to Invercargill.

And while black and white televisions and renting appliances has become a thing of the past, that vision of making things accessible to everyday kiwis hasn’t changed. It’s at the heart of what dtr stands for.

For more information visit www.dtr.co.nz.