Engine Toyota 3UR-FE

The 5.7-liter Toyota 3UR-FE engine was first introduced in 2007 as a powertrain for the company’s largest SUVs and pickups. In a number of markets, there is an ethanol version of this engine with the 3UR-FBE index.

The UR family includes engines: 1UR‑FE, 1UR‑FSE, 2UR‑GSE, 2UR‑FSE, 3UR‑FE.

The engine was installed on:

  • Toyota Land Cruiser 200 (J200) since 2007;
  • Toyota Sequoia 2 (XK60) since 2008;
  • Toyota Tundra 2 (XK50) since 2007;
  • Lexus LX570 3 (J200) since 2007.


Production years since 2007
Displacement, cc 5663
Fuel system MPI
Power output, hp 367 – 383
Torque output, Nm 530- 546
Cylinder block aluminum V8
Block head aluminum 32v
Cylinder bore, mm 94
Piston stroke, mm 102
Compression ratio 10.2
Features ACIS and ETCS-i
Hydraulic lifters yes
Timing drive chain
Phase regulator Dual VVT-i
Turbocharging no
Recommended engine oil 5W-30
Engine oil capacity, liter 8.6
Fuel type petrol
Euro standards EURO 3/4
Fuel consumption, L/100 km (for Lexus LX 570 2016)
— city
— highway
— combined
Engine lifespan, km ~600 000
Weight, kg 220

Disadvantages of the 3UR-FE engine

  • Often this engine suffers from coking of oil scraper rings;
  • After that, constantly progressive oil consumption usually begins;
  • If you miss the oil level, the rotation of the crankshaft liners is real;
  • Extremely often the crankcase ventilation sensor fails;
  • ETCS-i electronic throttle system fails regularly;
  • There have been cases of weakening the timing chain due to a jammed hydraulic tensioner;
  • The resource of the water pump is small, it can leak up to 100,000 km of run.

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