Not that I know of. The belt is hidden basically within the engine. I
don't know of any method telling that it has been changed, but otoh
I'm not an Audi mechanic.
I just now one thing for sure: Not knowing at 144kkm if the timing
belt had been changed or not would surely make me nervous and in fact
I'd not use the car until I found out.
Audi/VW are pretty tight on their recommendation on the change
Ask the previous owner? Possibe ask him/her which workshop they'd had
for the car so you can ask there.
IMO the 120 kkm milestone is a very common one to sell the car either
just before or slightly after this mark, as it's relatively expensive
to do (compared to the otherwise negligible maintenance cost). And if
the hapless buyer does not know it's another 1500 Euro (here in
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