CVT Toyota K110

The Toyota K110 Multidrive S gearbox was produced at the company’s Japanese plant from 2000 to 2009 and was installed only on some local models, such as Allion, Opa and Wish. This transmission was combined with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine with the index 1AZ-FSE.

This series includes: K110, K111, K112, K114, K115, K120.


Production years 2000 – 2009
Type CVT (continuously variable transmission)
Number of gears
Type of drive front
Engine volume, l up to 2.0
Torque output, Nm up to 195
Recommended oil Toyota CVT FLUID FE
Oil capacity, liter 9.0
Replacing the oil every 50,000 km
Replacing the filter every 50,000 km
Gearbox lifespan, km ~200 000

Gear ratios Toyota K110

Using the example of a Toyota Allion 2002 with a 2.0 liter diesel engine:

Forward 2.396 – 0.426
Reverse 1.668
Final Drive 5.182

The transmission was installed on:

  • Toyota Allion 1 (T240) in 2001 – 2007;
  • Toyota Opa 1 (XT10) in 2000 – 2005;
  • Toyota Wish 1 (AE10) in 2003 – 2009.

Disadvantages of the Toyota K110 gearbox

  • In the early years, the CVT was not very reliable, sometimes it lasted less than 30,000 km.
  • Then the main problem of the transmission became the extremely low bearing life.
  • When the oil is changed infrequently, the valve body channels become clogged and twitching occurs.
  • If you don’t pay attention, you’ll soon face an expensive repair with a belt replacement.
  • Also, the service life of such a gearbox very much depends on the cleanliness of its cooling system.

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