What is the timing belt interval on a 2.0 CDTI Vauxhall Insignia?

I'm thinking of buying an Insignia, when should the timing belt be changed on this car?

Asked on 3 August 2023 by Alan Cooper

Answered by David Ross
The recommended service interval for the cambelt is 100,000 miles or 72 months, but we would always recommended having this completed ahead of the recommended interval.
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