# SN Solar Energy E Rickshaw Loader EMI Calculator

It is very easy to calculate the EMI for your truck loan. You will get EMI as soon as you enter the required loan amount and the interest rate. Installment in EMI calculator is calculated on reducing balance. As per the rules of financing institutions, processing fee or possible charges may be applicable which are not shown in the EMI we calculate.

SN Solar Energy E Rickshaw Loader EMI starts at 2804 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 10.5% for a loan amount of ₹1.45 Lakh. The EMI Calculator tool on trucksDekho gives a detailed break-up of the total payable amount and helps you in finding best truck finance for your E Rickshaw Loader.

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## Frequently Asked Questions on E Rickshaw Loader EMI

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### What will be the monthly EMI for the E Rickshaw Loader?

EMIs or Equated Monthly Installments refer to the monthly payments you make to the lender to repay your loan. These payments include the principal amount as well as the interest i.e. EMI = Principal Amount + Interest on Principal amount. Mathematically, EMI for the E Rickshaw Loader can be calculated using the following formula:

{P x R x (1+R)^N / [(1+R)^N-1]}

where, P = Principal amount of the loan, R = Rate of interest and N = Number of monthly installments.

For Example:- If the principal amount for a commercial vehicle loan is Rs. 130500- on an annual rate of interest of 10.5 for a tenure of 5 years then EMI will be Rs 2804. The rate of interest (R) on your loan is calculated monthly i.e. (R= Annual rate of interest/12/100). For instance, if R = 10.5 per annum, then R= 10.5/12 = 0.875.