Honda Pilot Oil Capacity

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You must change the engine oil and oil filter regularly in order to maintain the engine’s lubrication. The engine may be damaged if it is not changed regularly.

Change the oil and filter in accordance with the maintenance message on the driver information interface.

How Much Oil Does a Honda Pilot Take?

The 2021 Honda Pilot with the 3.5L 6-cyl engine (engine code J35Y6) takes 5.7 quarts (with filter) of 0W-20 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.


2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Honda Pilot Oil Capacity

Engine Oil Capacity with filter Oil type (viscosity)
3.5 J35A4 V6 4.5 quarts (4.3 liters) 5W-20, 0W-20
3.5L 6-cyl J35A6 4.5 quarts (4.3 liters) 5W-20

J35A4 Oil Drain Plug Torques: 29 lbf∙ft (39 N∙m, 4.0 kgf∙m)


2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Honda Pilot Oil Capacity

Engine Oil Capacity with filter Oil type (viscosity)
3.5 J35Z4 6-cyl 4.5 quarts (4.3 liters) 5W-20, 0W-20

Do not fill the engine oil above the upper mark. Overfilling the engine oil may result in leaks and engine damage.


2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Honda Pilot Oil Capacity

Engine Oil Capacity with filter Oil type (viscosity)
3.5 J35Z4 T 5.7 US qt (5.4 l) 0W-20

You may damage the environment if you do not dispose of the oil in a suitable way. If you are changing the oil by yourself, appropriately dispose of the used oil. Put the oil in a sealed container and take it to a recycling center. Do not throw the oil away into a garbage can or onto the ground.

The third generation of the Honda Pilot model has been produced in the United States since 2015; sales of the model in Russia started in 2016. In the American market, the car is offered with a V6 3.5 GDI engine (280 hp) and a nine-speed or six-speed automatic transmission. In 2019, a restyled version of the model entered the market.

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