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Two Wheeler Loan Interest Rate 2024

Introducing ICICI Bank's comprehensive breakdown of Bike Loan interest rates. Learn the details of interest rates tailored to suit your Two-Wheeler financing needs. From competitive rates for floating and fixed loans to flexible repayment options, explore how ICICI Bank makes your dream bike a reality with affordable financing solutions.

Quarter ended on December-2024 Minimum Maximum Mean
Interest Rate 10.25% 26.10% 20.24%


  • The range of interest rates provided above is with respect to loans to individuals disbursed during Quarter 3 - FY: 2023-24.
  • It includes fixed rate of interest and is based on factors such as customer relationship, asset segment, tenure of loan etc.
  • It excludes subsidy and government schemes.
  • Mean rate = Sum of rate of interest of all loan accounts / Number of all loan accounts.


Two Wheeler Loan Charges

ICICI Bank's Bike Loan interest rates in India generally range from 10.25% to 26.10% per annum. These rates are subject to change based on factors like loan amount, tenure and the borrower's creditworthiness. It's essential to examine the terms and conditions to understand the specific charges associated with your loan.

Charges Amount

On Application


i. Loan Processing and Documentation Charges

Non-premium and Premium Vehicles - 4.75 % of Loan amount + applicable GST.
Super Premium Vehicles -3.5 % of loan amount + applicable GST

ii. Registration Certificate (RC) Collection Fees

600 + applicable GST

iii. Stamp duty charges

At Actuals as per State Stamp Duty Act + applicable GST

iv. Information Utility Charges (Only for Corporate Cases)

₹ 300 + applicable GST

During the term of Loan (details about contingent charges)


Penal Charges


i. Part Payment Charges

No minimum seasoning required to initiate part payment.
Part prepayment Charges:
3% (of part payment amount) + applicable GST for loans with seasoning up to 12 months

2% (of part payment amount) + applicable GST for loans with seasoning from 13 to 24 months

Nil part payment charges for loans completed seasoning of 24 months

ii.Penal charges for late payment

5% per annum + applicable GST will be charged on the overdue EMI until repayment which may be payable pursuant to the applicable laws and terms and conditions

iii.Penal Charge for dishonour of Cheque/AD/ECS/NACH per transaction

Rs 500/- + applicable GST per instance of bounce/return/dishonour of cheques and/or any payment instruction including AD/ECS/NEFT/E-mandate

iv. Loan Cancellation Charges

₹ 2000 + applicable GST

Service Charges


i. Duplicate Repayment/Amortization schedule charges

₹ 150/- + applicable GST (for physical report). Nil for digital report

ii. Statement of Account charges

₹ 150/- + applicable GST (for physical report). Nil for digital report

iii. Prepayment statement charges

₹ 150/- + applicable GST (for physical report). Nil for digital report

iv. Duplicate No Objection Certificate / No Due Certificate charges

₹ 250 + applicable GST

v. Revalidation of No Objection Certificate charges

₹ 250 + applicable GST

vi. No Objection Certificate for conversion from Petrol to LPG/CNG charges


vii. No Objection Certificate to convert from private to commercial or from commercial to private charges


viii. Repayment mode swap charges

₹ 500 + applicable GST

ix. Cash Transaction Charges (for repayment of EMI dues in cash at branches)

₹ 100 + applicable GST

Prepayment charges ( on Foreclosure)

Upto 12 Months*: 3% + applicable GST
13 to 24 Months*: 2% + applicable GST
After 24 Months: Nil prepayment charges
*Nil Prepayment charges on all fixed rate loans if loan is booked under priority sector lending and Borrower(s) type is Small or Micro & Loan amount is less than or equal to Rs. 50 Lacs. Further, Nil prepayment charges on all floating rate loans to individuals for purposes other than business or if Borrower(s) type is Small or Micro in accordance with MSE Code of Commitment

Loan related recovery charges (if applicable)


i. Auction charges for repossessed asset

At actuals

ii. Cash transaction charge for repayment of EMI dues at Branches

₹ 100 + GST

iii. Charges incurred in filing legal suit

At actuals

iv. Charges incurred in SARFAESI proceedings

At actuals

v. Charges incurred in sending different notices

At actuals

vi. Enforcement charges

At actuals

vii. Non Maintenance of Mode of Payment charges (NMMP)

₹ 800+ GST

viii. Overdue Handling Charges (delinquent accounts)

i.Rs.750 where a notice has been delivered at the communication address and a paper publication is not required

ii.Rs.1,700 where no notice has been delivered at the communication address and the paper publication is to be done

iii.Rs.300 charge for sending auction notice, over and above the preceding points i and ii

iv. Rs.200 for sending loan recall notice over and above the preceding points i and ii

ix. Paper advertisement charges

At actuals

x. Pick-up charges

₹ 500+ GST (For all retail products)

xi. Professional charges

At actuals

xii. Repossession charges

At actuals

xiii. Security guard charges

At actuals (For Immovable assets)

xiv. Yard charges

At actuals

Important points:

  1. Other Government taxes, Levies, etc., will be applicable as per prevailing rates, in addition to the above mentioned charges
  2. The charges or fees given in the above table are subject to change and the one recorded in the agreement, will be binding over the site
  3. Interest Reset clause: Not Applicable
  4. The charges are applicable for all customers from September 15, 2022
  5. ICICI Bank reserves the right to revise the rate of interest and processing fee from time to time, at its sole discretion

For more information, please visit the nearest ICICI Bank branch or call our Customer Care.


Annual Percentage Rate

The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is a method to compute the annualised credit cost, which includes the interest rate and the loan origination fee.

To calculate the same, please click here to download the APR calculator.

Documents required for a Two Wheeler Loan

Here are the documents required for applying a Two-Wheeler Loan from ICICI Bank:

  • Proof of identity: Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Passport or Voter ID
  • Proof of address: Aadhaar Card, utility bills, Rental Agreement or Passport
  • Income proof: Salary slips, Bank Statements or Income Tax returns
  • Employment proof: Employment Certificate, Appointment Letter or Business ownership documents.
  • Two-Wheeler details: Invoice, Registration Certificate and Insurance papers
  • Passport-size photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs of the applicant
  • Any other specific documents as requested by the bank at the time.

Two Wheeler Loan Interest Rates FAQs

Bike loans typically offer two types of interest rates: fixed and floating. A fixed interest rate remains constant throughout the loan tenure, providing predictability in repayments. In contrast, a floating rate varies with market dynamics and changes in monetary policy, leading to fluctuating EMI amounts over the loan period.

 Interest rates typically differ for new and used Two Wheeler loans. New vehicles often attract lower interest rates due to their higher resale value and lower risk. Conversely, used Two Wheeler Loans usually have higher interest rates, reflecting the increased risk and lower resale value associated with pre-owned vehicles.

Several factors can influence Two Wheeler Loan interest rates including the borrower's credit score, income stability, employment history and relationship with the lender. The loan amount and tenure also play a role. Additionally, prevailing market conditions and the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI’s) policies can impact these rates.

To avail a Two Wheeler Loan at a low interest rate, maintain a high credit score, which is important for negotiating favourable terms. Comparing different lenders for the best Two Wheeler Loan interest rate is crucial. Opt for a shorter loan tenure to potentially reduce the total interest cost.

Here is how you can get a Two Wheeler Loan at a low interest rate:

  • Credit check: Begin by assessing your credit score. A higher score indicates lower interest rates
  • Smart down payment: Opt for a significant down payment to reduce both the loan amount and interest
  • Optimal loan term: Choose a shorter loan term for potentially lower interest rates
  • Negotiate terms: Don't hesitate to negotiate for better terms, including interest rates and fees
  • Co-signer benefits: Consider a co-signer who has a good credit score for a lower interest rate
  • Timely payments: Ensure timely EMI payments for a positive credit history and potential future rate benefits.


Additionally, maintaining a strong banking relationship can help you get competitive rates. Considering seasonal offers and promotions can lead to additional savings on interest rates.

Common fees for Two Wheeler Loans include processing fees, documentation charges and penalties for late payment. It is essential to consider additional expenses such as stamp duty and Registration Certificate (RC) charges. Some lenders may also impose fees for prepayment or foreclosure of the loan. It is good to be aware of these charges and factor them in when comparing various loan options. Each lender may have a distinct fee structure, making it essential for borrowers to carefully evaluate the terms to make informed decisions regarding their Two Wheeler Loans.

A high credit score can significantly impact Two Wheeler Loan interest rates, often leading to more favourable terms. It indicates the creditworthiness and reduces the lender's risk. On the other hand, a low credit score may result in higher interest rates, indicating increased risk for the lender.

Prepaying a Two Wheeler Loan can incur penalties or additional charges as it affects the lender's planned interest earnings. These charges, varying across lenders and loan agreements, compensate for the lender's lost interest income. 

Consider various factors when choosing a two-wheeler loan. Look into the processing fee, which varies among lenders, and ensure you meet the eligibility criteria, including income requirements and credit score. Assess prepayment charges, as some lenders impose penalties for early repayment. Check the disbursal time to ensure timely fund availability. Evaluate these aspects comprehensively to make an informed decision.