For more than 30 years, K&N Filters have been the choice in engine filtration. The K&N filter delivers virtually unrestricted flow letting your engine run stronger, cleaner and with greater fuel efficiency.
The secret of the K&N filter is its filter medium. Four to six sheets of pleated and oiled cotton-gauze are layered between two sheets of aluminum wire mesh. This proven design stops dirt, dust and other harmful particles like no other filter, all while clean, power-enhancing air flows freely to your engine.
Just give it a simple cleaning every 50,000 miles and your K&N filter will last for the life of your vehicle. With no costly changes and services, your K&N filter will save you money. And, you'll be helping the environment by reducing the number of disposable air filters that end up in landfills.
Get increased power and acceleration, better fuel economy from a filter that lasts for 1,000,000 miles-get a K&N. Million Mile Limited Warranty.
Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts. Details
14145 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gerald C (SAN ANTONIO, TX) — Tuesday at 7:42 AM
Quality I expect from K&N- got it. Shipping time from Autoanything- as promised. Packaging from autoanything- safe and secure. Price from autoanything- high- but better then local retailers. Fits like a charm, truck has smoother acceleration. CONS- price and they dont make an intake for the 3.6l gas engine.
Reviewed by Erik H (Philadelphia, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Prius — Monday at 6:30 PM
Sure, it cost a little more, but it is a quality piece that fits perfectly. I've been through two tanks in my 2007 Prius and my average mileage has gone from 47.5 to 49.0. I'd recommend K&N to anyone.
Reviewed by Jim L (Sierra Madre, CA) Reviewed for a 2007 Porsche Cayman — Sunday at 6:43 AM
Unable to install the K & N filter due to poor design of the mounting surface of the filter. It was too tight (small) to fit over the engine air intake. The filter should have a larger curved lip to assist in locating and slipping on to the intake piece. I returned the filter unused.
Reviewed by John S (Orange Beach, AL) Reviewed for a 1997 BMW Z3 — Sunday at 6:08 AM
I've been using K & N air filters in all of my vehicles for the past 30 years or so and wouldn't consider doing otherwise. This includes my Triumph motorcycle, Porsche 911, past 4 personal-use pickup trucks, BMW Z3 (most recent K&N air filter purchase) and daily drivers like our Kia Spectra 5. Always good quality, always enhanced performance, and no disposable air filters. 5 stars, across the board.
Reviewed by Michael D (Chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Accord — Aug 22, 2014 8:47 PM
I buy a K&N air filter for all of our vehicles and are always pleased with the results. I love K&N products and will continue to purchase for present and future vehicle. I wished they'd have a half price sale...
Reviewed by Orviel O (Tigard, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Outback — Aug 22, 2014 8:40 AM
Pro: In the long run it'll pay for itself versus replacing with a new filter every time you need the air filter to be free of debris and dirt. Con: You now have to get a cleaning solvent and filter lubricant for it if you want to reuse it (the reason I got this to begin with); K&N sells that too. As far as appearance, the color makes it a bit more difficult to just open the air box and peak in there to see if it's "dirty" like with the white paper filters. A "potential" problem I can see is the lubricant travelling to the air sensor and disrupting operations. Neutral: Didn't see any power gains as claimed by K&N; cleaner filters are always better for "performance", no? But it's not why I bought it.