Balanced Payments Car Finance

Balanced Payment finance offers the benefits of a set monthly payment, linked to a variable interest rate. Unlike fixed rate products a balanced payment plan tracks the changes in the lender’s reference rate.

Rates are competitive, and Balanced Payments plans tend to be popular with sophisticated borrowers and investors with a good understanding of finance.

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Flexibility

reducing interest penalty options for early settlement

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Low Deposit

allowing you to free up cash

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Potential Savings

save money if interest rates fall

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Fixed Monthly Payments

your payments remain fixed

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Tax Benefits

tax allowances for business users

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VAT Free

no VAT on payments

Balanced Payments Finance Explained

Balanced Payments Car Finance

A Balanced Payment Plan offers the benefits of a fixed monthly payment but unlike a Hire purchase agreement where the interest rate is fixed, Balanced Payments offer a variable rate which tracks the changes in the lender’s reference rate. As the rate goes up or down over the period of the contract, so does the amount of interest you pay.

Following payment of an initial deposit, the balance is then paid over an agreed term, usually 1 – 5 years. At the end of the agreement any variation in interest rates is reconciled and will be settled as either a credit to you, or a charge. Other options available with a Balanced Payment Plan include a final ‘balloon’ payment which has the benefit of reducing your monthly payments by deferring an agreed element of capital until the end

Before choosing a Balanced Payments Plan, you need to consider the following:

  • There is no option to return the vehicle to the lender
  • The rate may go up, resulting in you paying more interest
  • Balanced Payment Plans are not regulated by the Consumer Credit Act, however this gives you access to additional features of variable rate finance









Current representative APR

7.95% APR

Oracle Finance is a Credit Broker and not a Lender.

This means that we deal with a wide range of financial institutions to give our customers a greater choice of competitively priced options. For your protection, Oracle Finance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the sale of consumer credit. Oracle Finance is a trading name of Oracle Asset Finance Limited.

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