When should my Nissan Almera Tino have a new timing belt?

Can you tell me when a timing belt should be changed on a 2001 Nissan Almera Tino 1.8-litre? It's done 63,000 miles with a full dealer history.
If it has been dealer serviced then they should be able to inform you of the mileage and age that the belt should be changed. If this is not possible, you are very close to the point where it should be changed now. It is better to renew it whilst still running than to wait until it breaks (and also less expensive).
Answered by Alan Ross on

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