Subaru BRZ Oil Capacity And Oil Type

The Subaru BRZ is a two-door sports coupe, created in 2011 through the joint efforts of two renowned Japanese automakers – Subaru and Toyota. Interestingly, it was sold under these brands in the world, depending on the market. Also in some countries, the car was called Scion. This car was able to conquer many fans of high speeds from different parts of the world.

Always use SUBARU-approved engine oil. For details, we recommend that you contact your SUBARU dealer.

If approved engine oil is unavailable, another motor oil of matching quality can also be used.

Some engine oil will be consumed while driving. The rate of consumption can be affected by such factors as transmission type, driving style, terrain, and temperature.

How Much Oil Does A Subaru BRZ Take?

The 2022 Subaru BRZ with the 2.4L 4-cyl engine (engine code FA24D) takes 5.3 quarts (with filter) of 0W-20 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.

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Engine Oil capacity, qt. (L, Imp. qt.) Oil type (viscosity grade)
FA20D 2.0 engine

with filter – 5.7 (5.4, 4.8)

without filter – 5.5 (5.2, 4.6)

0W-20, 5W-20

Oil Drain Plug torque: 31 ft/lbs

The engine oil capacity is a reference quantity to be used when changing the engine oil. Warm-up and turn off the engine, wait more than 5 minutes, and check the oil level on the dipstick.

2022 Subaru BRZ Oil Capacity And Oil Type

Engine FA24D
Oil capacity (with filter) 5.3 quarts
Oil type 0W-20
Drain plug torque 31 ft/lbs

The second-generation BRZ made its debut on 18 November 2020. It will go on sale in the US in late 2021.

  • Used engine oil contains potentially harmful contaminants which may cause skin disorders such as inflammation or skin cancer, so care should be taken to avoid prolonged and repeated contact. To remove used engine oil from your skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water.
  • Dispose of used oil and filters only in a safe and acceptable manner. Do not dispose of used oil and filters in household trash, in sewers or onto the ground.

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