drivability

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Etymology[edit]

c. 1870 drivable +‎ -ity

Noun[edit]

drivability (uncountable)

  1. The quality of being drivable, of being easy or pleasant to drive
    • 2009 January 4, Rex Roy, “Coal in Your Stocking? Fuel Up the Cadillac!”:
      Challenges included the engine's high internal temperatures, its thirstiness in low-speed operation and the need to improve drivability for operators accustomed to V-8 power.

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