Nissan Titan Oil Capacity


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The second generation of the full-size Nissan Titan pickup truck has been produced since 2015 at the American plant in Mississippi. The vehicle is only sold in the US and Canadian markets.

“Titan” is equipped with an eight-cylinder turbo diesel Cummins ISV with a volume of five liters and a capacity of 310 liters. from. or a 5.6 V8 petrol engine developing 390 hp. from. The drive can be rear or full, the gearbox is only a seven-speed “automatic”. The Nissan Titan is only available with a double four-door cab, seating five or six people, depending on the version, and with various load box lengths.

Performing an oil change is a must-know for any home mechanic or DIYer and one of the first maintenance services you should learn.

The process is similar for most automobiles today, save a few nuances depending on make, model, and year.

 

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Nissan Titan oil capacity

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type Oil change interval
VK56DE Titan V8 6.2 L 6.55 US Quarts / Filter: 0.3 L 0.32 US Quarts 5W-30
5W-40
10W-30
10W-40
7,000-10,000 km
(4,500-6,000 miles)

 

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Nissan Titan oil capacity

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type Oil change interval
VK56VD Titan V8 6.2 L 6.55 US Quarts / Filter: 0.3 L 0.32 US Quarts 5W-30
5W-40
10W-30
10W-40
7000 – 10000 km
(4500 – 6000 miles)

 

How much oil does a Nissan Titan take?

The 2021 Nissan Titan with the 5.6L 8-cyl engine (engine code VK56VD) takes 6.9 quarts (with filter) of 0W-20 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.

The 2014 Nissan Titan requires 6.8 quarts of engine oil, and Nissan recommends using 5W-30 oil. After changing the oil and filter, always verify that the oil is at the “H” mark on the dipstick before starting the truck.

With the oil level verified, start the engine, allow it to idle for two minutes, shut the engine off, allow the oil to settle for a minute, then recheck and add as needed to reach the “H” mark.

Last update on 2021-07-07 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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