HONDA ELYSION ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications

Honda Elysion Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications

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

HONDA ELYSION ENGINE OIL GUIDE


Honda Elysion First Generation (2004-2013):

Engine: 2.4 L K24A i-VTEC inline-four engine (160 hp)
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.3 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.6 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends 0W-20 or 5W-30 synthetic oil that meets API Service SN, SM or SL and ILSAC GF-5.

Engine: 3.0 L J30A V6 engine (240 hp)
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.5 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.9 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends 5W-30 or 10W-30 mineral oil that meets API Service SN, SM or SL and ILSAC GF-5.

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Honda Elysion Second Generation (2013-Present):

Engine: 2.4 L K24W Earth Dreams i-VTEC inline-four engine (173 hp)
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.2 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.5 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends 0W-20 or 5W-30 synthetic oil that meets API Service SN, SM or SL and ILSAC GF-5.

Engine: 3.5 L J35Y V6 engine (297 hp)
Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.8 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 5.2 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: Honda recommends 0W-20 or 5W-30 synthetic oil that meets API Service SN, SM or SL and ILSAC GF-5.


Brief Information About Honda Elysion

The Elysion is a minivan with seven or eight seats that was initially sold only in Japan as a competitor to the Toyota Alphard and the Nissan Elgrand. It was inspired to name the vehicle the “Elysion” from the classical Greek word Elysium, or heaven. Production of the Elysion ceased in October 2013 in Japan, but it continued to be assembled and sold in China. The first generation Elysion appeared at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2003 as the “ASM” and was released for sale on 13 May 2004. A mild body restyle was introduced 29 September 2005, introducing an “Aero” and “VG Premium” trim level.

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The Elysion was offered with either the 2.4 L DOHC direct injection K24A with i-VTEC producing 160 PS (117.7 kW; 157.8 bhp) or the 3.0 L SOHC J30A V6 i-VEC producing 250 PS (183.9 kW; 246.6 bhp). The V6 was also available with “VCM” or Variable Cylinder Management. For two-wheel drive vehicles, this was more power than that was available in the Toyota. Elysion is a Japanese passenger car production that has achieved the highest 6 stars rating by Nasva. It is equipped with a new 30% stronger high-rigidity steel, a Honda G-Con technology, a unique double platform with low central gravity floor, an IHCC and CMS (collision mitigation sensor) radar, ABS (anti-lock brake), VSA (vehicle stability), TCS, sideslip, and AFS (adaptive front lighting), and a 2.4L i-VTEC K24A (2.2 kg-m of torque).

It behaves and drives similar to the current Odyssey and sips about 10,2 km/L in 10–15 Japan standard test. The Elysion is a 2.4L i-VTEC K24Z5 engine, 5-speed auto transmission, and assembled locally by Honda’s Chinese joint-venture Dongfeng Honda. It comes with a compression ratio of 9.7 couples with an anti-knocking sensor and intelligent timing control, and is equipped with ventilated 4-disk brakes with ABS and EBD. It is available in 6 different trim and grades plus 2 special AERO HDD editions, and three 3.0L front-wheel-drive models, VG, VX and VZ. The second-generation Honda Elysion was unveiled in 2015 and is 20 mm longer in length and 100 mm lower in height than the previous generation. The Elysion Hybrid went on sale in September 2019, with redesigned grille and bumper.

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

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