Q: When should the timing belt be changed in this vehicle?

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Looking at buying this vehicle. http://carsonexports.autotrader.ca/used/Land+Rover/2009-Land+Rover-LR3-86d38d540a0e08bd31944a3356e90284.htm I am fearful of repair jobs however this thing looks in great shape. Are these prone to problems? The dealer says the timing belt is in great shape however I want to get 50k miles out of this. Tks Dave

My car has 90000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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