Motorbike finance calculator

Motorbike finance calculator

Looking for a motorcycle finance calculator? Seeking a motorbike on finance?
To get started you will need:
  • Monthly earnings over £1,000 (after tax)
  • To be aged between 21 and 70
  • A full valid UK driving licence
  • 2 consecutive months of payslips or bank statements

Motorbike loan calculator

  • Monthly payment: £000.00
  • Total to repay: £00,000.00
  • Calculated APR: 00.0%

*a £400 deposit may be required depending on your credit score

Representative 33.5% APR

How does the motorcycle finance calculator work?

To use our motorbike finance calculator we’ll just need to know how much motorbike finance you are wanting and what sort of repayment term you are looking for.

It’s really simple to use our motorcycle financing calculator. Follow the step-by-step process and the calculator will provide an estimate of what motorbike finance would look like for you. This will include estimated costs of monthly repayments, the total you’d repay and the calculated APR.

Top tip: If your first quote isn’t quite what you are looking for, try playing around with the motorcycle loan calculator. You can change the amount you want to borrow and the period you want to pay it back over. This will help you find the monthly motorbike finance amount that suits you.

How does the motorcycle finance calculator work?

Scroll down to try out our motorbike finance calculator.

To use our motorbike finance calculator we’ll just need to know how much motorbike finance you are wanting and what sort of repayment term you are looking for.

It’s really simple to use our motorcycle financing calculator. Follow the step-by-step process and the calculator will provide an estimate of what motorbike finance would look like for you. This will include estimated costs of monthly repayments, the total you’d repay and the calculated APR.

Top tip: If your first quote isn’t quite what you are looking for, try playing around with the motorcycle loan calculator. You can change the amount you want to borrow and the period you want to pay it back over. This will help you find the monthly motorbike finance amount that suits you.

Motorbike finance calculator

  • Monthly payment: £000.00
  • Total to repay: £00,000.00
  • Calculated APR: 00.0%

*a £400 deposit may be required depending on your credit score

Representative 33.5% APR

How to use our motorbike finance calculator

Step 1: Decide how much you want to borrow

Choose from the drop down menu how much you are going to borrow to buy the motorbike you want.

Step 2: Work out how long you want the loan to last for

You will want to figure out how much you want to pay back each month, and how long you want the motorbike finance term to be. While a longer term will mean smaller monthly payments, you may end up paying more interest, so play around with the calculator and find what’s right for you.

Step 3: Enter your credit score

To get the most accurate quote, try putting your credit score into the motorbike finance calculator. This doesn’t have to be accurate, but will help us better understand your needs. Select from ‘Poor’, ‘Fair’, ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’.

Step 4: Review your motorbike finance quote

Now the calculator will show you what your finance might look like with Moneybarn. If you’re happy with it you can make an application today.

How to use our motorbike finance calculator

Step 1: Decide how much you want to borrow

Choose from the drop down menu how much you are going to borrow to buy the motorbike you want.

Step 2: Work out how long you want the loan to last for

You will want to figure out how much you want to pay back each month, and how long you want the motorbike finance term to be. While a longer term will mean smaller monthly payments, you may end up paying more interest, so play around with the calculator and find what’s right for you.

Step 3: Enter your credit score

To get the most accurate quote, try putting your credit score into the motorbike finance calculator. This doesn’t have to be accurate, but will help us better understand your needs. Select from ‘Poor’, ‘Fair’, ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’.

Step 4: Review your motorbike finance quote

Now the calculator will show you what your finance might look like with Moneybarn. If you’re happy with it you can make an application today.

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David Moneybarn customer
David Moneybarn customer

I’m very happy with my vehicle and the service that Moneybarn have given and would 100% recommend them to a friend or family member. I really enjoy riding my bike and have had no issues with the service from Moneybarn at all.

David

Motorbike finance criteria

We’re specialists in bad credit motorbike finance, so you don’t need to worry if you have been rejected by other lenders. Our aim is to help people get onto a motorbike and onto a better road ahead. Even if you have a CCJ or an IVA, then you could be joining thousands of Moneybarn customers in getting the motorbike finance they need.

We want all our customers to have the best possible quality of life on the roads, which is why we have certain criteria that your new motorbike must fit into.

Motorbike finance criteria

We’re specialists in bad credit motorbike finance, so you don’t need to worry if you have been rejected by other lenders. Our aim is to help people get onto a motorbike and onto a better road ahead. Even if you have a CCJ or an IVA, then you could be joining thousands of Moneybarn customers in getting the motorbike finance they need.

We want all our customers to have the best possible quality of life on the roads, which is why we have certain criteria that your new motorbike must fit into.

To get started with our motorbike finance, you’ll need:

  • Monthly earnings over £1,000 (after tax)
  • A deposit of £0 or £400 (subject to affordability)
  • To be aged between 21 and 70
  • Valid A1, A2 or A UK motorbike licence or a valid CBT certificate
  • 2 consecutive months of payslips or bank statements

We can provide motorcycle finance as long as it meets our lending criteria:

  • Priced between £2,500-£15,000
  • Have a minimum engine size of 125cc
  • Have a total mileage of up to 30,000 at the start of the agreement
  • No older than 12 years at the start of the agreement

To get started with our motorbike finance, you’ll need:

  • Monthly earnings over £1,000 (after tax)
  • A deposit of £0 or £400 (subject to affordability)
  • To be aged between 21 and 70
  • Valid A1, A2 or A UK motorbike licence or a valid CBT certificate
  • 2 consecutive months of payslips or bank statements

We can provide motorcycle finance as long as it meets our lending criteria:

  • Priced between £2,500-£15,000
  • Have a minimum engine size of 125cc
  • Have a total mileage of up to 30,000 at the start of the agreement
  • No older than 12 years at the start of the agreement

How does motorcycle finance work?

How does motorcycle finance work?

We use a Conditional Sale agreement for motorbike finance. This means that you have full use and access to the motorbike for the term of the agreement, as long as you keep up your repayments. Although you won’t legally own the motorbike until all repayments have been made, but you will be the registered and named driver.

You won’t pay a large sum up front, or at the end of the agreement, unlike some other types of motorbike finance. However, like many other types of finance, the agreement is secured against your motorbike. This means that your motorbike could be repossessed if you don’t meet your monthly payments.

If you’d like to read more about the different motorbike finance options then see out motorbike finance explained guide.

Make sure you fully understand the terms and conditions and all of the costs involved before you sign any motorbike finance agreement. That’s why we suggest playing around with our motorcycle loan calculator, as it gives you an idea of what your monthly payments may look like depending on how much you wish to borrow, and for how long.

Conditional Sale motorbike diagram

We use a Conditional Sale agreement for motorbike finance. This means that you have full use and access to the motorbike for the term of the agreement, as long as you keep up your repayments. Although you won’t legally own the motorbike until all repayments have been made, but you will be the registered and named driver.

Conditional Sale motorbike diagram

You won’t pay a large sum up front, or at the end of the agreement, unlike some other types of motorbike finance. However, like many other types of finance, the agreement is secured against your motorbike. This means that your motorbike could be repossessed if you don’t meet your monthly payments.

If you’d like to read more about the different motorbike finance options then see out motorbike finance explained guide.

Make sure you fully understand the terms and conditions and all of the costs involved before you sign any motorbike finance agreement. That’s why we suggest playing around with our motorcycle loan calculator, as it gives you an idea of what your monthly payments may look like depending on how much you wish to borrow, and for how long.

FAQs about our motorcycle loan calculator

Starting an application with us is simple and will only take you 5 minutes to apply for motorbike finance online. We’ll just need to know a little bit about you, your address and your job. Making an application with us will not affect your credit score, as we only use a soft credit search to give you an initial decision.

APR stands for ‘annual percentage rate’. It is the total cost you pay to borrow the money for the year. The rate of your APR for motorbike finance with us will firstly be decided by your current credit score.

Read our handy guide if you want to learn more about what APR means.

A deposit is the amount of money you pay up front when you start a motorbike finance agreement. Whether you could get no deposit finance depends on your circumstances. Some of our agreements may require a deposit based on certain individual factors such as affordability and credit score.

The interest you pay on a motorbike finance agreement is calculated as a proportion of the amount you borrow. The higher the interest rate, and the more you borrow, the more you may be charged in interest.

Our motorcycle loan calculator has four options for your credit score: “poor”, “fair”, “good”, and “excellent”.

If you’re wondering which you have, we have written a guide which explains the three CRA’s (credit reference agencies) and what a good credit score means. We’d highly recommend checking your credit score, as there may be some ways that you can improve your credit score which could increase your chances of getting a motorbike on finance.

FAQs about our motorcycle loan calculator

Starting an application with us is simple and will only take you 5 minutes to apply for motorbike finance online. We’ll just need to know a little bit about you, your address and your job. Making an application with us will not affect your credit score, as we only use a soft credit search to give you an initial decision.

APR stands for ‘annual percentage rate’. It is the total cost you pay to borrow the money for the year. The rate of your APR for motorbike finance with us will firstly be decided by your current credit score.

Read our handy guide if you want to learn more about what APR means.

A deposit is the amount of money you pay up front when you start a motorbike finance agreement. Whether you could get no deposit finance depends on your circumstances. Some of our agreements may require a deposit based on certain individual factors such as affordability and credit score.

The interest you pay on a motorbike finance agreement is calculated as a proportion of the amount you borrow. The higher the interest rate, and the more you borrow, the more you may be charged in interest.

Our motorcycle loan calculator has four options for your credit score: “poor”, “fair”, “good”, and “excellent”.

If you’re wondering which you have, we have written a guide which explains the three CRA’s (credit reference agencies) and what a good credit score means. We’d highly recommend checking your credit score, as there may be some ways that you can improve your credit score which could increase your chances of getting a motorbike on finance.

Buying your next motorbike

We want to make sure you purchase a reliable motorcycle, that doesn’t break the bank. That’s why we’ve put together this helpful guide.

Motorcycle finance explained

Motorbike finance allows you to spread the cost of buying a motorbike over a chosen payback period. We’ve written a full guide to how motorbike finance works.

Our application process

It’s important to completely understand the motorbike finance agreement that you could be entering – find out more about how a conditional sale agreement works.