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Toyota Yaris owners need to change the engine oil every 6,000 miles (10,000 km), which is optimal when operating in favorable conditions. In the worst case, the service interval is reduced to 8-7 thousand km (5,000 miles) if there is a suspicion of deterioration of the oil’s beneficial properties, which it usually begins to lose after 7-8 thousand km. In more severe conditions, the replacement may be needed after 3,500 miles (6,000 km).

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Toyota Yaris Oil Capacity Engine

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type
1NZ-FE Yaris 1.5 16V 3.7 L (3.91 US Quarts) / Filter: 0.3 L (0.32 US Quarts) 5W-30, 10W-30


2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Toyota Yaris Oil Capacity Engine

Engine Oil capacity / Filter capacity Recommended oil type
1NZ-FE Yaris 1.5 16V 3.7 L (3.91 US Quarts) / Filter: 0.3 L (0.32 US Quarts) 5W-3010W-30
SKYACTIV-G 1.5  Yaris 1.5 16V Sedan 4.3 L / Filter: 0.2 L SAE 5W-30, 5W-20;
SAE 0W-20 (USA, Canada)


2020 2021 2022 Toyota Yaris Engine Oil Capacity

Engine Oil capacity with filter Oil type (viscosity grade)
1.5L 4-cyl Engine P5 4.4 quarts (4.2 liters) oW-20

How Much Oil Does a Toyota Yaris Take?

The 2021 Toyota Yaris with the 1.5L 4-cyl engine (engine code P5) takes 4.4 quarts (with filter) of 0W-20 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.

Oil Replacement Guidelines

  1. Having found the filter, put an oil drain pan under it.
  2. Applying a filter wrench, take the filter off by twisting it counterclockwise. Keep in mind that the filter keeps some hot oil on it, and so, do that operation very cautiously.
  3. Having removed the filter, put it upside down in the drain pan and give it about 10 minutes to get rid of oil remnants.
  4. Do the proper oil filter disposal after placing it in a plastic bag. Don’t forget to wipe off any oil spots on the motor or frame by applying a rag.
  5. Check if the oil filter seal isn’t connected with the motor. Then, clean the connection zone. Inspect if your fresh filter’s seal is completely seated prior to affixing it to the automobile.
  6. Moving clockwise, mount a fresh oil filter employing a filter wrench. Never over-tighten it.
  7. Now, fresh oil can be added to your automobile. Inspect for leaks after the oil is added. Note, that you shouldn’t overflow the oil.
  8. Finally, do the old oil disposal in a responsible way. If you followed our instructions correctly, your Yaris will drive faultlessly for above 5,000 miles and may even go for 10,000 miles with no oil substitution required. Note that a fresh filter must prevent any oil leakage. So, if you detect some drops on the ground, examine the filter plus drain plug. They must seat tightly and be well-sealed.

The fourth-generation Toyota Yaris is currently being actively marketed in Japan. There, the car turned out to be quite in demand by a certain category of motorists, including a considerable percentage of young people and the fair sex. It has proven itself to be reliable, safe and manoeuvrable in tight urban environments. But the car also feels confident on a country road. Of course, no one expects outstanding high-speed data from him. But its capabilities are quite enough for safe and comfortable movement. True, all this does not apply to its GR version, which is distinguished by almost sports characteristics.

The new fourth-generation Toyota Yaris is available with several types of power units. Their number and characteristics depend on the sales market.

The car will probably only be equipped with a CVT. In addition to the front-wheel drive, other markets may also have an all-wheel-drive version of the novelty.

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