Kia Sportage mk2 year 2004-2010 motor 2.0 CRDi manual and automatic gearbox, engine and oil pan lubricant, displacement and capacity in liters, quarts, gallon.
How many US gallons or liters or US quarts of oil is needed to change the oil from the motor and oil pan on a Kia Sportage.
Kia Sportage second generation 2.0 CRDi .
Fuel type: diesel.
Engine and oil pan displacement: 5,9 liters or 6,23 quarts US or 1,55 gallons US.
Recommended motor oil viscosity: 5w-30 or 5w-40.
Manual gearbox oil volume: 1,9 – 2,15 l or 2,00 – 2,27 qt or 0,5 – 0,56 gal.
Best oil for manual gear box viscosity: 75w-90 .
Automatic gear box oil quantity: 7,8 – 8,5 l or 8,24 – 8,98 qt or 2,06 – 2,24 gal .
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Thank you very much for my great help, it helped me a lot! Can you tell me what is the best oil manufactured, what do you use most for cars ?
Hello Jon, depends on the car brand. Exemple for Skoda, Volkswagen, Audi, Seat I use Castrol, for Dacia and Renault I use ELF, for Kia I use Mobil.