Cambelt or chain cam?

Am interesting changing my car for a small turbo engine, like to Up but that is a cam belt and also looking at the Kia/Hyundai 1.0l turbo engine in the i20 or new Rio, is this engine chain or belt cam? As I like to keep my cars for a good few years I like to factor the cost of a possible change into my figures.

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Asked on 27 October 2016 by JP69

Answered by Honest John
It's chain cam. Tested here in the Pro_cee'd:
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