Hi everyone. I have a 2019 Kia Optima 2.4L with 11,500 miles. I have just had the oil changed for the third time (I'm going to change it every 4,000 miles). I'm taking it to the dealer for the oil change because it's easier to document it that way. I noticed that the last two times I had the oil change done, the level was high, about 5/8 of an inch above the full line indicator. According to the work orders, 5 quarts of oil were added each time. According to the specification table in my owner's manual, the oil capacity is 5.07 quarts for the 2.4L engine. I'm wondering if this is a typo. According to other sources online, the oil capacity is 4.3 quarts for the 2.4L non-turbo. It's the 2.0 turbo that takes 5.07 quarts. Did someone at headquarters tabulate incorrectly??