Cam belt confusion - when should the timing belt be replaced?

I'm finding it difficult to definitive answers on cam belt changes on both of my cars. Some sources are saying 10 years/100,000 miles for my 2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake 3.0D. I also own a 2015 Audi Q3 2.0 TFSI. Again, mixed messages six years/60,000 miles. What are your thoughts, please?
It's important to note that these sources are giving you the suggested belt change intervals. No cam belt is warranted to reach 10 years/100,000 miles. And even if it was, the warranty wouldn't pay for a replacement engine if the water pump or pulley failed (two things that should be replaced at the same time as the cam belt).

Most cam belt failures (we hear about) occur after 60,000 miles and/or five years. That's why we suggest getting the belt changed before either of these intervals come into play.
Answered by Dan Powell on

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