Ant_c Data is correct.Series 1.......belt
I believe to be correct.
The Series 1 and Series 2 were radically different both in body (nose) shape and mechanically.Sorry not very technical minded.
How do I know if I have a series 1 or 2
Mine is 2013
My Aux Belt change in owners book for the 2.4 and 3.0 V6 petrol versions is 7 years / 70,000 miles whichever comes first. Hence it’s on my to do jobs list this year.Interestingly - slightly connected with the 'belt' reference, my Series 2 went in for oil leak work recently and in the process it was identified that my auxillary belt had deteriorated and I had a damaged pulley (see pic) - only just over 30,000 miles / 7 years! So the auxiliary belt needs to be considered as a potentially replaceable item in respect of age.
Thanks S-M for that lamp cluster clarification. Somewhere about this time I think the Keyless entry was introduced and Stop-start ?Series 2 with a mid life face lift from approx June 2013. Giveaway identification is the rear led lights, compared to bulbs in the regular Series 2. Also the dashboard is different with the HD display in the later Series 2.
What are the recommendations in your Owners Handbook? That is the first place to look.on the series 2, 2012 2.4L gasoline, what are the intervals for replacing the timing chain?
My owners manual says something like " chain is made to last at least 250.000km". There is no time bar mentioned.
Maybe it is different in the Finnish print.
UK edition says:-
Replace timing chain Maintenance Every 240,000km(160,000 miles) / 10 years
To refer back to member Localmotion question concerning his Series 1 2.0 litre variant (which has a belt), I think we are in agreement that the uncertainty of servicing it would be prudent for the belt to be changed.