Buying a New or Used Mitsubishi?

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Whether you're in the market for a brand new or second hand vehicle, there is one thing that everybody can agree on: There is nothing quite like that "new" car feeling.

Drive away from the dealership or a private sale sooner with our Mitsubishi finance solutions. 

Aussie Car Loans will guide you through a range of loan options and advise you on a finance package that will suit your needs, your lifestyle and your budget.

We ask more questions than our competitors so that we can provide you with a fully tailored loan solution based on your individual situation, all designed to save you money. Enjoy that extra peace of mind knowing you have a low fixed rate for the life of your loan.

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Let us get you on the road in a new Mitsubishi sooner - call now on 1300 769 999 or apply online!

Current Car Loan Rates

  • Rate for Private Purchase

    from 6.07%

    comparison 7.96%*
  • Rate for Dealer Purchase

    from 5.37%

    comparison 7.26%*
  • Rate for Business Vehicles

    from 5.7%

    comparison *


Why Choose a Mistubishi?

Mitsubishi is a name synonymous with reliability, style and power. The Japanese brand first began producing vehicles in 1917 and during it's long history has created many popular models with drivers, including family friendly and affordable sedans, SUVs and 4WDs, tough utes and performance cars.

Some of the popular models sold in Australia include: 

  • Pajero
  • Outlander
  • Triton
  • Mirage
  • Lancer
  • Lancer Evo series
  • ASX

Whatever you choose, you can rest assured your Mitsubishi has the latest in technology, safety and more. 

Fixed Rate Personal Car Loans

Your car loan will have a fixed interest rate, which means the interest is calculated daily on the balance owing.

Budgeting is made easy with flexible loan repayment options that are tailored to suit your needs and your fixed interest rate for the loan term will give you peace of mind.

Balloon Payments

Balloon payments or residual options are available. By setting a balloon payment for the end of the term you can reduce your monthly payments, to satisfy your budget. At the end of the term, you can either pay out the full amount, upgrade your car or re-finance the balloon amount and continue paying off the car over a new loan period (subject to approval conditions at that time).

Additional Payments

Extra or additional payments will reduce the outstanding balance and therefore reduce the interest charges. This can ultimately shorten the loan term and reduce your overall cost!


For extra security, you can also add insurance to your car loan. This includes Comprehensive Insurance, warranty, security shortfall (Gap) and loan protection insurance;  No deposit finance is available.

Mitsubishi Car Finance Calculator

Try our easy to use car finance calculator to get an indicative look at what the repayments on your next Mitsubishi will be.

Scheduled weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments can be made by internet banking, direct debit, direct payroll deductions, BPAY, or other payment methods where applicable.

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Novated Leasing

A novated lease is a financial arrangement that is used with salary packaging.

How It Works

In this arrangement, the employer pays for the car finance and running costs directly from the employee's taxable salary. This is a tax-effective way to get into the Mitsubishi that you have your heart set on.

Benefits of a Novated Lease

  • Tax-effective way to finance the car you want.
  • Running costs are included.
  • Flexible terms to suit your needs.
  • Set and forget with payments taken directly from your salary.
  • Keep the car even if you change jobs.

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Questions? Get in Touch

Contact us today on 1300 769 999 to talk to a finance specialist about the best finance options for your next Mitsubishi vehicle or apply online below.

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