Does the SEAT Ateca 1.4 petrol have a cam belt or chain?

I am thinking of buying a SEAT Ateca 1.4 petrol. Can you tell me if the engine is chain or belt? If belt, when does it have to be changed? Additionally would the road holding be inferior/superior to my existing car - a 2008 Toyota Verso SR 2.2D4D?

Asked on 6 October 2016 by Cornelius Owen

Answered by Honest John
Belt. 4 years or 60k miles. Much better roadholding and much nicer to drive than your Verso.
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