Definition of unladen weight in English:

unladen weight

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The weight of a vehicle when not loaded with goods.
More example sentences
  • The vehicles are becoming more sophisticated, and more fuel efficient, but at 3.5t, the ever-increasing unladen weight is starting to bite into payloads.
  • The vehicle had a train weight of 5100 kg and was towing a single-axle Bocker H16 hoist which had an unladen weight of 950 kg.
  • The low unladen weight makes the Morgan Aeromax Coupe one of the fastest accelerating sports cars in Europe.

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