Hyundai Getz engine and oil pan volume in liters-quarts-gallon

Hyundai Getz motor and oil pan volume in liters-quarts-gallon. Made between  : 2002 and 2009.

How many US gallons or liters  or US quarts of oil is needed to change all the oil in the engine and oil pan on a Hyundai Getz second generation.

If you want to change by yourself the engine oil and filters such as fuel filter, air filter, cabin air filter and oil filter we will help with information how much oil does an Hyundai Getz and where is located all the filters on your car. If you have any question do not hesitate to leave us a comment at the end of this article and one of our mechanics will answer you in no time. On this site you cand find how to reset the oil service indicator on your Hyundai Getz after you change the oil motor.

 

Hyundai Getz with engine 1.1 l.

  • Car fuel type: gasoline.
  • Engine type: G4HD.
  • Motor capacity: 1086 ccm (65,94 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume: 3 liters or 3.17 quarts US or 0.79 gallons US.
  • Manual gearbox oil volume: 2.2 l or 2.32 qt or 0.58 gal.
  • Recommended engine oil: 5w/30 or 5w/40.
  • Best manual gearbox oil : 75w/90.
  • If you want to know exactly what engine oil is recommended for your car and what is the oil viscosity you must use, please leave us a comment on this article: model and type of your car, engine capacity, diesel or gasoline, year when was made, and how much kw or horse power has your car.

 

Hyundai Getz with engine 1.3i .

  • Car fuel type: gasoline.
  • Engine type: G4EA.
  • Motor capacity: 1341 ccm (81,42 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume: 3.3 liters or 3.47 quarts US or 0.87 gallons US.
  • Manual gearbox oil measure : 2.5 l or 2.64 qt or 0.66 gal.
  • Automatic gearbox oil tankage : 6.1 l or 6.44 qt or 1.61 gal.
  • Recommended engine oil: 5w/40.
  • Best manual gearbox oil : 75w/90.

 

Hyundai Getz with engine 1.4 Gsi .

  • Car fuel type: gasoline.
  • Engine type: G4EE.
  • Motor capacity: 1399 ccm (84,94 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume: 3.3 liters or 3.47 quarts US or 0.87 gallons US.
  • Manual gearbox oil measure : 2.5 l or 2.64 qt or 0.66 gal.
  • Automatic gearbox oil tankage : 6.1 l or 6.44 qt or 1.61 gal.
  • Recommended engine oil: 5w/30.
  • Best manual gearbox oil : 75w/90.

 

Hyundai Getz with engine 1.5 CRDi .

  • Car fuel type: diesel.
  • Engine type: D3EA and D4FA.
  • Motor capacity: 1493 ccm (90,64 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume for D3EA 60 kw or 82 hp: 4.8 liters or 5.07 quarts US or 1.26 gallons US.
  • Bngine and oil pan volume for D4FA 65 kw or 88 hp and 81 kw or 110 hp : 5.3 liters or 5.6 quarts US or 1.4 gallons US.
  • Manual gearbox oil measure : 2 l or 2.11 qt or 0.52 gal.
  • Recommended engine oil: 5w/30.
  • Best manual gearbox oil : 75w/90.

 

Hyundai Getz with engine 1.6  .

  • Car fuel type: gasoline.
  • Engine type: G4ED-G.
  • Motor capacity: 1599 ccm (97,08 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume : 3.3 liters or 3.48 quarts US or 0.87 gallons US.
  • Manual gearbox oil measure : 2.2 l or 2.32 qt or 0.58 gal.
  • Automatic gearbox oil tankage : 6.1 l or 6.44 qt or 1.61 gal.
  • Recommended engine oil: 5w/30.
  • Best manual gearbox oil : 75w/90.

 

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5 thoughts on “Hyundai Getz engine and oil pan volume in liters-quarts-gallon

  • September 16, 2017 at 6:37 pm
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    Good day. I have a 1.4 getz auto. The dealer say the car only need 2.2 liters. Is that correct? Or does it need more to function correct? I only have 2.2liters in the hearbox at the moment.

    Please advize

    Thank you
    Francois Smith

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    • September 19, 2017 at 7:35 pm
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      Hello Francois, for Hyundai Getz with engine 1.4 i, type G4EE, motor power 71 kw (97 hp) made for Europe the oil volume is 3.3 liters.

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  • October 8, 2017 at 7:02 pm
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    Hello, Francois. You say you have an “auto”? I assume you mean automatic transmission, in which case your car should have a 4-speed Jatco unit? Those things have a dipstick, so getting the fluid level right isn’t too hard. Now, there are 3 ways to check the ATF level (remember that the car should be level, I.e. not tilted in any direction) 1) Before starting the engine, in which case the fluid level should be 5-10 mm (0.2-0.4 inch) ABOVE the uppermost mark on the dipstick. 2) Cold engine (15-20*C, 59-68*F): Start engine, leave it idling, then move the gear selector lever through all positions TWICE, pausing for 3-5 seconds in each position, wait ~60 seconds, withdraw dipstick, wipe it clean using lint-free paper or a clean rag, re-insert it, then withdraw it again and check the tip. The indicated level should be between the 2 lower marks (Min and Max). If the ATF level is below the Min mark, add 0.4-0.5 liter Hyundai SP 3 ATF. 3) Hot engine (85*C, 185*F): The procedure for checking transmission fluid level with the engine hot is the same as for a cold engine, but use the 2 upper marks on the dipstick. When draining and refilling ATF you will only be able to drain about half of the 6.1 liters the transaxle holds in total, so you’ll need 2.5-3 liters to refill it. I also recommend changing the transmission fluid filter every 8 years or so. Good luck!

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  • March 25, 2018 at 7:36 am
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    Hello Francois, I have Hyundai Getz 1.1 2004 model and I live in Greece which type of oil you recomend?

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    • April 8, 2018 at 10:36 am
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      Hello Sotiris, I hope Francois will answer to you.

      If not, I will try to help you, Hyundai Getz with engine 1.1 made in year 2004, power engine 46kw or 63hp, motor type G4HD / petrol, you can use viscosity 5w40 or 10w40 from brands like Castrol, Motul, Mobil, Liqui Moly.

      αντίο!

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