Toyota 2UR-GSE engine

The 5.0-liter Toyota 2UR-GSE engine was introduced in 2008 as a power unit for Lexus sports models. This engine is interesting due to its special Yamaha heads, titanium valves, and a combined fuel injection system: a combination of direct D4-S and port MPI. The UR family also includes the following power units: 1UR-FE, 1UR-FSE, 2UR-FSE, and 3UR-FE.

Technical specifications of the 5.0-liter Toyota 2UR-GSE engine.

Exact capacity4969 cm³
Power systemcombined injection
Engine power416 - 477 HP
Torque503 - 540 nm
Engine blockaluminum V8
Block headaluminum 32v
Cylinder diameter94 mm
Piston stroke.89.5 mm
Compression ratio11.8 - 12.3
Engine featuresACIS i ETCS-i
Hydraulic compensator. tak
Timing drivechain
Timing phase adjusterDual VVT-i
Turbochargingthere is no
What oils to use8.6 liters 5W-30
Fuel type95
Environmental classEURO 5
Approximate life expectancy300 000 HP

Fuel consumption Toyota 2UR-GSE engine

Using the example of the 2016 Lexus RC-F with automatic transmission:
City16.1 litry
Route7.8 litry
Mixed10.8 litry

Engine Overview and Common Failures

The weight of the 2UR-GSE engine according to the catalog is 224 kg. The engine number 2UR-GSE is located on the cylinder block. Due to the rarity of this engine, it is difficult to gather accurate statistics. Owners complain about moderate oil consumption of up to 0.5 liters per 1000 km. Some have had to decarbonize due to stuck rings. There have been cases of pump and chain tensioner failure at low mileage. Overall, the reliability of this unit is very good.

Engine Toyota 2ur-gse

IS-F XE202007 - 2014
RC-F XC102014 - CE
GS-F L102015 - CE
LC 500 URZ1002016 - CE

Engines from the same line as Toyota 2UR-GSE engine

See Also

Toyota 1nz-fe engine

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Toyota 1SZ-FE engine

The 1.0-liter Toyota 1SZ-FE engine was produced in Japan only for the Yaris model family from 1999 to 2005. The engine was equipped with VVT-i variable valve timing system only on the intake side, and the engine's timing mechanism was driven by a Morse chain. The SZ engine family also includes the 2SZ-FE and 3SZ-VE engines.

Toyota 3vz-e Engine

The 3.0-liter Toyota 3VZ-E engine was produced from 1988 to 1995 in the American factory of the company and installed only in popular pickups and SUVs such as the 4Runner, HiLux, and T100. There was also a version of the engine with 16 valves with its own index 3VZ-FE. The VZ family also includes engines: 1VZ-FE, 2VZ-FE, 3VZ-FE, 4VZ-FE, and 5VZ-FE.

Toyota 5VZ-FE engine

The 3.4-liter Toyota 5VZ-FE engine was produced from 1995 to 2004 at the company's American factory and installed in many popular models of pickups, SUVs, and minibusses. Unlike other engines in this series, this engine is not considered problematic. The VZ family also includes engines such as: 1VZ-FE, 2VZ-FE, 3VZ-E, 3VZ-FE, and 4VZ-FE.

Peugeot Xu10j2 engine

The 2.0-liter, 8-valve Peugeot XU10J2 or RFU engine was produced from 1992 to 1998 and installed in many popular models of the PSA group during that period, such as the 306, 405, 605, and 806. There was also a more powerful turbocharged version available with 147 horsepower, designated as XU10J2TE or RGX. The XU series also includes the following engines: XU5JP, XU7JB, XU7JP, XU7JP4, and XU10J4R.

Ford Asda Engine

1.4-liter engine Ford ASDA or Focus 2 1.4 Duratec was produced from 2004 to 2010 and was only installed in the basic versions of the second generation of the popular Focus model. There was also a simplified version of this engine marked as ASDB, which complies with Euro 3 environmental standards. Duratec series: FUJA, FXJA, FYJA, HWDA, and SHDA.