or drive·a·bil·i·ty

[ drahy-vuh-bil-i-tee ]

  1. 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.

Origin of drivability

First recorded in 1970–75; drive + -ability

Words Nearby drivability

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