HONDA FREED ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications

Honda FREED Engine Oil Capacity and Viscosity
Honda FREED Engine Oil Capacity and Viscosity

Honda Freed Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications

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

HONDA FREED ENGINE OIL GUIDE

First-generation Honda Freed 2008-2016

Engine options: 1.5L L15A gasoline engine, 1.5L L15B gasoline engine, 1.5L LDA hybrid engine
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 3.4 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 3.7 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: 0W-20 synthetic motor oil

Second-generation Honda Freed 2016-2020

Engine options: 1.5L L15B gasoline engine, 1.5L LEB hybrid engine
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 3.5 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 3.7 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: 0W-20 synthetic motor oil

Third-generation Honda Freed 2020-2023:

Engine options: 1.5L L15B gasoline engine, 1.5L LEB hybrid engine
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 3.5 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 3.7 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: 0W-20 synthetic motor oil

Brief Information About Honda Freed
The Honda Freed is a small MPV that Honda has been making since 2008. It was made mostly for Japanese customers and is based on the Fit/Jazz platform.It is available in three versions: a six-seater version with captain’s seats in the second row, a seven-seater version, and a five-seater version. It has a 1.5-liter engine with 118 horsepower, which is the same engine that is used in the Jazz and City but with more torque. The first generation Freed was available in Japan in two types: the petrol-powered G or G Aero grade and also a hybrid variant. In 2010, Honda released the ‘soul twin brother” of the Freed called the Freed Spike for Japanese markets only, which features a full range of grilles, headlamps, and front fascia; a covered third side window; partially covered tail lights; new alloy wheels; a dual height floor in the cargo area; and additional storage areas on the side panels.

The Freed for the Indonesian market consists of 3 trim levels: A, S, and E. It was imported from Indonesia in 2010 and was only available in one trim level (Grade E). In 2012, Honda Malaysia added a cheaper version of the Freed called the Grade S, which was priced at RM99,800 on the road with insurance. The Grade E model gained some extra features, including leather seats and fold-down armrests for both front seats. In 2011, the Freed was officially launched in Hong Kong, and in Singapore, it is available through parallel import distributors.
The second generation of Freed was revealed in June 2016 and released in Japan on September 16, 2016. The second generation Freed is based on the “Dynamism and Functionality” theme, with a full body kit, front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a tailgate spoiler. It is available in two trim levels (S7 and E7) and in Singapore through Honda‘s official distributor, Kah Motor. It replaces the Freed Spike in the previous generation and features the same grille and lights. The frontal section has been revised with an angular-edged body-colored grille, and the interior has a lighter trim on the dashboard panel. A crossover SUV-inspired variant of the Freed, called the Freed Crosstar, was added.

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

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Importer and Dealer of Automotive Equipment in the Philippines. Product Inquiry: Call/Text/Viber: 0915 5686 4578 Email: [email protected] Facebook: Erwin C. Salarda

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