HONDA CRIDER ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications

Honda Crider Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications

Honda Crider Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications. Are you an owner of a Honda Crider car model? If you are searching for Honda Crider engine oil details, this blog post covers the year of the Honda Crider, its engine model, oil capacity with and without filters, and oil specifications, all listed below.

HONDA CRIDER ENGINE OIL GUIDE

First Generation (2013-2018):

Honda Crider with 1.8 L R18A1 i-VTEC naturally aspirated inline-four engine:
Year Generation: 2013-2018
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 3.7 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.0 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends using 5W-30 synthetic oil that meets the API SN or ILSAC GF-5 specifications.

Honda Crider with 1.5 L L15B7 VTEC Turbo inline-four engine:
Year Generation: 2017-2018
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.4 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.6 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends using 0W-20 synthetic oil that meets the API SN or ILSAC GF-5 specifications.

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Second Generation (2018-Present):

Honda Crider with 1.5 L L15B7 VTEC Turbo inline-four engine:
Year Generation: 2018-present
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.4 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.6 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends using 0W-20 synthetic oil that meets the API SN or ILSAC GF-5 specifications.

Honda Crider with 1.0 L P10A1 VTEC Turbo inline-three engine:
Year Generation: 2019-present
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 3.5 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 3.7 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends using 0W-20 synthetic oil that meets the API SN or ILSAC GF-5 specifications.

Brief Information About Honda Crider

The Honda Crider is a compact sedan produced by Guangqi Honda in China.

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It was introduced in 2013. The production first generation Honda Crider is an evolution of the Honda Concept C from the Beijing Auto Show in 2012, and the production Honda Crider went on sale in from June 2013 produced by GAC-Honda.

The Crider is designed to fill the gap between the City and Civic and sold exclusively in China and was built on an extended version of the Honda City platform.

Like all the other Honda products sold in China, the twin model called the Honda Envix produced by the Dongfeng-Honda joint venture was available from 2019, sharing the platform with the second generation Crider.

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The first-generation Crider was launched in June 2013.

The first-generation Crider is equipped with a 1.8-litre i-VTEC four-cylinder engine shared with the Honda Civic.

The combined fuel consumption of the Crider is 6.5 L/100 km (15.4 km/L; 43.5 mpg‑imp; 36.2 mpg‑US) for the manual transmission version and 6.7 L/100 km (14.9 km/L; 42.2 mpg‑imp; 35.1 mpg‑US) for the automatic transmission version.

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The second-generation Crider was launched in September 2018.

It is equipped with a 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine that produces 122 PS (90 kW; 120 hp) and 173 N⋅m (128 lb⋅ft) of torque mated to a CVT gearbox and has a fuel consumption rating of 4.9 L/100 km (20.4 km/L; 57.6 mpg‑imp; 48.0 mpg‑US).The facelifted second-generation Crider was launched in September 2021.A rebadged version called Honda Envix (Chinese: 享域; pinyin: Xiǎngyu) is sold by Dongfeng Honda from 2019.

Different alloy wheels and an inverted license plate indentation is also featured to differentiate from the Crider.

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The interior design of the Envix is the same as the Crider with the upholstery used in both cars being different.

The Honda Envix is equipped with the same P10A5 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine that develops 122 PS (90 kW; 120 hp) and 173 N⋅m (128 lb⋅ft) of torque shared with the Crider.

Thank you! This information was researched and compiled by: Erwin C. Salarda

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