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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The steepness of incline that a motor vehicle is capable of climbing at an efficient speed.

Usage examples (4)
  • The gradeability at full-load is 100\%, with an approach angle of 50°, a departure angle of 34° and a ramp angle of 33°.
  • Nm @ 3000 rpm, enables the car to have a top speed of 105 kmh and negotiate inclines with a gradeability of 30\% says Tata motors.
  • This ensures superior pick-up, acceleration and gradeability, allowing the Maxximo to carry heavy loads even up the steepest of slopes.
  • 5,250rpm and a torque of 48nm @ 3,000rpm - enables the car to have a top speed of 105kmph and negotiate inclines with a gradeability of 30 per cent. for more
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