The Mazda 626 has different oil capacities depending on the model year and engine option.
For example, the 2002 626 with the 2.0L 4-cyl [C] DOHC engine has an oil capacity of 3.9 quarts (3.69 liters), the 2002 626 with the 2.5L 6-cyl KL DOHC engine has an oil capacity of 4.4 quarts (4.16 liters) and the 2001 626 with the 2.0L 4-cyl 1991cc engine has an oil capacity of 3.9 quarts (3.69 liters).
It's essential to fill the engine of your Mazda 626 to its recommended oil level, as indicated by the mark on its dipstick. So, whenever you change your oil or add to it, run your engine for a few seconds, turn it off, and double-check the level.
Continue to the tables below to see the oil capacity for the particular year and engine option of your Mazda 626.
|Year||Engine Option||Engine Oil Capacity1 (Imperial)||Engine Oil Capacity1 (Metric)||Recommended Oil Viscosity2|
|2002||2.0L 4-cyl [C] DOHC||3.9 Quarts||3.69 Liters||Not Avail.|
|2002||2.5L 6-cyl KL DOHC||4.4 Quarts||4.16 Liters||Not Avail.|
|2001||2.0L 4-cyl 1991cc||3.9 Quarts||3.69 Liters||Not Avail.|
|2001||2.5L 6-cyl 2497cc||4.4 Quarts||4.16 Liters||Not Avail.|
|2000||626 2.0L 4-cyl 1991cc||3.9 Quarts||3.69 Liters||Not Avail.|
|2000||2.5L 6-cyl 2497cc||4.4 Quarts||4.16 Liters||Not Avail.|
MyBestVehicle.com is a website designed to quickly find the engine oil capacity of your vehicle.
Having the incorrect oil level in the engine of your Mazda 626 could result in catastrophic engine damage.
We recommend checking the engine oil level in your Mazda 626 regularly, ideally once a week.