Honda Stream is a small minivan that was produced in the period between 2000 and 2014. In the Honda MPV cars lineup, Stream was placed between Mobilio and Odyssey.
Competitors of Honda Stream are Ford C-Max, Opel Zafira, Mazda 5, Renault Scenic, Volkswagen Touran and many more similar cars.
For first generation Honda Stream, two 4-cylinder engines were available: a 1.7-liter D17A and a 2.0-liter K20A.
In 2006, second generation Stream was launched, where the great K20A engine was unavailable, but other two reliable engines were offered instead. These were 1.8-liter R18A and 2.0-liter R20A. Both have the inline-4 configuration. Here the choice of Honda Stream engines ends.
Right here you will find every important and interesting fact about Honda Stream engines: main problems (oil leak, noise, rough idle) and their reasons, specifications, difference between engine models, oil grades recommended, and amounts. We know what the approximate engine service life is, and we will tell you about it, and how to add a little more horsepower to get your Stream to go faster.
List of Honda Stream models:
1st generation, RN 1-5 (2000 – 2006):
Honda Stream (130 HP) – 1.7 L
Honda Stream (156 HP) – 2.0 L
2nd generation, RN 6-9 (2006 – 2014):
Honda Stream (140 HP) – 1.8 L
Honda Stream (150 HP) – 2.0 L