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And now Drivability UK, which operated from premises at The Triangle, has been listed as dissolved at Companies House - where all limited companies in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland are registered.
We have created smaller, more intelligent engines with power curves that give exciting drivability compared with engines with more cylinders, yet deliver the fuel economy of only four cylinders.
The all-new Life was developed with the concept of "daily smile technology" to achieve a level of drivability and utility customers can enjoy in their everyday lives.
Honda is a significant contender in the fuel-cell race, and has made the most progress with cold starting and general drivability.
According to SRC, the vehicle's performance and drivability is "excellent," with no power loss when operating with hydrogen.
Our biggest achievement is to have shown a 28% reduction in fuel consumption whilst retaining the same drivability as the original car," says Richard Gordon, I-MoGen program chief engineer at Ricardo.
GlobalDiesel is not only better for the environment but will deliver better drivability and value too.
There have been improvements to the style, specification, safety and drivability of the line-up.
The Hartford 2010 Drivability Survey confirms opinions of what makes cities 'drivable' and identifies areas of concern for drivers; A long commute might cause some people to turn down their dream job.
The suspension, drivability, speed and high quality will put this vehicle in its own category.
The MITSUBISHI Concept GC-PHEV offers both dynamic drivability of an SUV and class-leading environmental performance.
16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Volvo Cars' new Drive-E range of powertrains takes efficient driving pleasure to a new dimension in which the number of cylinders is no longer important to describe power and drivability.