Honda Accord Fluid Capacitiesby Charles Green
The Honda Accord is a medium-size sedan and coupe sold in the United States since the late 1970s. The Accord offers customers two engine choices: a 2.4-liter four-cylinder and a 3.5-liter V-6. The models have differing fluid capacities, including engine oil, transmission and coolant.
The 2010 Accord with the four-cylinder engine takes 4.3 qts. of motor oil. Recommended weight is 5W-20 of synthetic motor oil. This engine requires 6.4 qts. of coolant with the automatic transmission or 6.5 qts. with the manual transmission. For the B90A automatic transmission, 6.9 qts. of transmission fluid are required. For the B97A automatic transmission 8 qts. are required. Four-cylinder Honda Accords paired with manual transmissions require 4.1 pts. of transmission fluid.
When equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the 2010 Honda Accord requires 4.6 qts. of 5W-20 motor oil. This engine requires 7 qts. of coolant. The five-speed B97A automatic transmission requires 8 qts. of fluid; the B90A automatic required 6.9 qts. of transmission fluid. When equipped with a manual transmission, the Honda Accord requires 4.7 pts. of fluid.
Gas mileage for the 2010 Honda Accord coupe with V-6 engine is 17 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway with a manual transmission. For the Accord sedan with four-cylinder engine and a manual transmission, gas mileage is 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
Charles Green is a freelance writer in North Carolina who has been writing since 1992 and freelancing since 2002. His work appears in "435 South Magazine," "Wisconsin Golfer" and for various websites. Green earned a Bacheler of Science in business administration from Ramapo College of New Jersey.