Drive away with an Athlone Credit Union Car loan TODAY

Thinking of changing your car? Athlone Credit Union has an exciting car loan rate to help you get on the road whether it’s your first car or upgrading to the car of your dreams.

2021 is fast approaching and with the number plates changing, it’s the perfect time for you to upgrade to a new model.

Whether the next car is new, old or electric, call into Athlone Credit Union for your finance.

Athlone Credit Union offers a very attractive loan rate to ease the financial hassle of buying your next car, listens to its members needs and takes into account their circumstances when applying for a loan.

Athlone Credit Union can build a repayment plan that will suit your own particular lifestyle.

In Athlone Credit Union, you are not a customer, you are a valued member. There are no administration fees or transaction charges and members can pay back their loans early without penalty. In addition, loans are covered by insurance at no extra cost (terms and conditions apply ).

“We offer car loans at terms that are competitive, clear, and understandable. Perhaps somewhat uniquely now in financial institutions, we can guarantee you that you will speak with a dedicated loans adviser, who will look after you all the way through the process,” CEO, Michael Evans, said.

To avail of this low rate, APPLY ONLINE TODAY from the safety of your home at or call us on (090 ) 647 2497.

Both Irishtown and Monksland will remain open through these unprecedented times.

Please use our online or phone services where possible. Apply for a loan online today Or call 090 647 2497 to lodge money to your shares or to make payments on your loan.

Athlone Credit Union… We’re here for you! Remember to Stay Home and Stay SAFE.

All loans are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply.

Warning: If you do not meet the repayments on the loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating which may limit your ability to access credit in the future. Athlone Credit Union Ltd is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.


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