A new Honda Civic sedan with a $1.5 million deductible is being marketed by the automaker as an affordable option for the disabled.
The car’s owners have said the car’s deductible is a little less than $400, which is a bargain compared to comparable cars on the market.
The Honda Civic has a 5.5-liter turbocharged inline-four engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission that produces about 320 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque.
That’s enough to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds.
The Honda Civic’s front wheels are the same size as those on the Chevrolet Volt, and the rear wheels are smaller.
Honda has not provided any additional details about how much it will be charging for the deductible.
The $1 million deductible for a Honda Odyssey is a good deal compared to other SUVs, according to the owners of the company’s website.
The owners have a 10-year warranty, which covers all parts of the car and its equipment, and an extended warranty covering all parts except the engine.
The owners of Honda’s Honda Odyssey have claimed the vehicle is “the ultimate in comfort and luxury” in the same blog post that describes the car as “an affordable option to help families in need”.
They also say that the car comes with an unlimited mileage and a 15-year unlimited mileage option.
The company said it will soon start offering a $300 deductible for drivers with disabilities.