Hyundai G3ha engine

The 0.8-liter three-cylinder Hyundai G3HA engine was produced by the company from 2011 to 2019 and was only installed in the compact Eon model, which was sold in several Asian countries. This engine belongs to the special, exceptionally economical iRDE 2 series and is also available in a gas version. The Epsilon line also includes: G4HA, G4HC, G4HD, G4HE, and G4HG.

Technical specifications of the Hyundai G3HA 0.8-liter engine.

Exact capacity814 cm³
Power systemdistributed injection
Engine power56 HP
Torque75 nm
Engine blockcast iron R3
Block headaluminum 9v
Cylinder diameter67 mm
Piston stroke.77 mm
Compression ratio10.1
Engine featuresSOHC
Hydraulic compensator. there is no
Timing drivebelt
Timing phase adjusterthere is no
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use2.5 liters 5W-30
Fuel type92
Environmental classEURO 5
Approximate life expectancy200 000 HP

Fuel consumption Hyundai G3ha engine

Using the example of the 2015 Hyundai Eon with a manual transmission:
City5.8 litry
Route3.8 litry
Mixed4.7 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The G3HA engine number is located on the right at the junction with the gearbox. This unit was not installed in our car, so there will be problems with service and spare parts. On a foreign forum, people complain about the noisy operation and strong vibrations of the engine. The contamination of the throttle, PCV, and crankcase ventilation also causes a lot of trouble. Spark plugs and high-voltage wires have a low lifespan here. And don't forget about adjusting the valve clearance every 90,000 km.

Engine Hyundai G3ha

Eon 1 (HA)2011 - 2019

Engines from the same line as Hyundai G3ha engine

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