Too Much Oil From Factory On Brand New 2019 Insight
As the title suggests, I recently got a brand new 2019 Honda Insight and I've already put 2,700 miles on it in just over a month of ownership. Today I decided to check the oil level in order to get a baseline so that I can continually check and make sure it's not burning oil. To my surprise, the oil was filled about a half an inch (maybe even a bit more, but no more than 3/4 an inch) over the max fill mark. In fact, the oil was just passed the orange plastic and on the metal above it. To be clear, I checked twice, once cold, and once 15 minutes after driving. I wiped down the entire dipstick first, re-inserted, and checked the level. I was on an even surface. In doing a little research, I found that the engines come from the factory filled with oil, so it wasn't the dealership's fault.
My questions: Is this normal? Is anyone else's like this as well? Is this just an out-of-the-factory quirk or maybe part of the break-in process? Should I have the excess oil drained? Finally, would any damage have been done driving like this for almost 3,000 miles?
Thank you to everyone in advance for the help!