Scion FR-S Oil Capacity

scion fr-s oil capacity

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The Scion FR-S coupe, intended for the US and Canadian markets, is a replica of the Toyota GT 86 / Subaru BRZ.

The rear-wheel-drive car is equipped with a 2.0-litre boxer engine with a capacity of 200 litres. with. Transmission – six-speed, manual or automatic.

Scion FR-S has been produced since 2012 in Japan.

Unlike its brethren, the Scion FR-S has no equipment levels. He has one standard equipment, initially quite rich. However, some things are still offered as options. We are talking not only about elements of external and internal decor but also about an advanced multimedia complex, about a specially tuned double exhaust and so on.

The FR-S is built on a platform that, prior to modification, was used as the basis for the Subaru Impreza. The length of the coupe is 4240 mm, its height is 1285 mm, and the distance between the front and rear axles is within 2570 mm. McPherson struts are used in the front suspension of the car, and a multi-link structure is installed at the rear to ensure good handling. In addition, the coupe is equipped with a self-locking rear differential and ventilated disc brakes. Chassis tuning was done by Subaru specialists who have extensive experience with the Impreza bogie. With a curb weight of 1,180 kg, 53% of the FR-S’s weight is on the front axle.


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Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil type (viscosity grade)
2.0L 4-cyl Engine FA20 5.4 liters (5.7 quarts) 0W-20

0W-20 is the best choice for good fuel economy and starting in cold weather. If 0W-20 is not available 5W-20 may be used. However, it must be replaced with 0W-20 at the next oil change.


2021 Scion FR-S Oil Capacity


Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil type (viscosity grade)
2.4 L FA24 H4 4.6 liters (4.8 quarts) 0W-20

Last update on 2021-09-23 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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