Vehicle Leasing Rates in Sri Lanka 2023 with Compare
|Product name||Type||Rental for Rs.100,000/-||Repayment||Rate|
Commercial Bank Leasing
|Unregistered||Rs. 2,250||5 Years||27%|
|Hatton National Bank
|Registered||Rs. 2,288||7 Years||24%|
|Registered||Rs. 2327||5 Year||22%|
|Registered||Rs. 2,379||7 Years||22.50%|
|Registered||Rs. 2,379||7 Years||20%|
|Nations Trust Bank
Leasing for Professionals
|Registered and Unregistered||Rs. 2,319||7 Years||22%|
|Pan Asia Bank
Budget Plus Leasing
|Registered||Rs. 2,485||5 Years||26%|
|Central Finance Leasing
|Registered||Rs. 2485||5 Years||17%|
Amana Bank Leasing
Updated On: 3rd October, 2022
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Frequently Ask Questions
How to get vehicle leasing in Sri Lanka?
You can visit the branch of your choice and discuss with an officer there about your requirements. You will receive his guidance when you complete the application. Please complete the leasing application form and return it to the branch with all the necessary documentation. Don’t forget to bring your passport, driver’s license, or national ID card.
Can I sell a leased vehicle?
Yes. Those who are close to the end of their lease term on a vehicle leasing can sell their vehicle and possibly turn a profit.
What are the major disadvantages of leasing a vehicle?
You can not Own the vehicle until the end of lease. It may not save your money. I can be more complicated than buying a vehicle.
What happens at the end of leasing period?
The vehicle must be returned to the leasing agency after the term or duration of the lease period is finished, or it may be sold out for its residual value.
Above details are only for information purposes. Always check with the official websites of relevant banks to verify latest vehicle leasing rates.