If this were my vehicle, based on the age, I would replace the timing belt very soon. At eight years of age, it is getting to the point of living on borrowed time. Your car has an interference engine. If the belt fails, you will most likely be looking at some serious engine damage. A timing belt is not something I would want to take chances on, unless it were a more simple, freewheeling engine that will not cause valve damage in the event of a failure, on a car that I don't need to rely on to get me around every day. Your current timing belt could last another month, or another ten years. It depends on how much of a betting man you are as to whether or not to replace it, and whether or not you are willing to wager your intake valves and pistons in the bet. When you change out that belt, you will also want to consider replacing the tensioner and water pump as well, so they don't end up going bad and taking out your new belt, and your engine.