the degree of smoothness and steadiness of acceleration of an automotive vehicle: The automatic transmission has been improved to give the new model better drivability.
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How to use drivability in a sentence
Front-wheel drive comes standard, though many buyers will prefer one of the four-wheel-drive options for even better drivability.
That’s great for returning excellent fuel economy in the EPA’s highway-test cycle—in which the top speed is 60 mph—but does involve some compromises in real-world drivability.