Eagers Automotive


Your dream vehicle could be closer and more affordable than you expect. All our dealerships have onsite Finance and Insurance specialists who can provide tailored vehicle funding and protection packages to suit your needs and budgets.

Pre-approved by the bank? Did you know we can often provide competitive rates and packages that will save you money.

Payments, terms and deposits can be tailored to suit your individual needs - and approval can be on the same day, allowing you to drive away in your new vehicle sooner.

Building a fleet? We can offer tailored funding and leasing solutions to suit your needs.

Our finance partners include some of the most trusted names in the industry - UDC, Marac, Nissan Finance, Mitsubishi Finance and Alphera.

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Your new vehicle could be more affordable than you think. Use our finance calculators below to find out how low your payments could be.

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All Prices include GST.

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*Calculator terms and conditions: This information is provided for illustration purposes only and the results are based on the accuracy of information provided. Any calculations made by this calculator are intended to be used as a guide only and must not be relied on by any reason as conclusive. It does not constitute a quote. As this is only a guide, it is suggested that you contact a Eagers Automotive Dealership on 0800 692 446 to obtain a more accurate quote. Your application is subject to finance company approval process and lending criteria. Additional fees and charges may apply. Eagers Automotive NZ will not store the information provided in this calculator. Eagers Automotive NZ does not accept any responsibility for any loss, costs, or liability directly or indirectly incurred by persons who rely on any amount calculated by this calculator.

UDC Finance Terms & Conditions

  Subsequent Dealing Information, Standard Form Contracts & Costs of Borrowing

Subsequent Dealing


This link covers;

  • What the borrower should do if they change their address.
  • How a borrower makes a complaint.
  • What dispute resolution schemes we belong to, and how a borrower accesses them.
  • How a borrower can apply for unforeseen hardship relief.
  • What happens if a borrower defaults under the agreement, including, if relevant, repossession.

Credit Sale Agreement (Personal)


Term Loan (Personal)


Security Agreement (Personal)


General Conditions (Consumer)


Standard fees and charges (Consumer)


Early Repayment Charge (Consumer)