The ABS box and cabling got water in thus the whole car didn't work. Brakes, traction control, gas pedal.. etc. The problem was traced to faulty parts and they are now changed. The dealer was very helpful on offered me stuff and a free temporary car for the duration of the service. No problems since.
For the record: the 206 GTi was a pain in the butt all the time I had it, and the dealer was not helpful at all. I drove 30000 km with the 206, had it for 6 months.
Great car as a basis for a tuning project, engine can give close to 300 hp with a turbo change etc. 200 hp quite painlessly.
Torque steer is massive and steering a little too soft for a car of this type, but not a big concern, fixable.
Suspension also a little too soft, but a very good compromise on performance and comfort.
Have driven all the cars on this price range and I can say the Cupra is the best performance car for the money.
Could use 200hp under the hood, but as aimed for a larger public (consumption), 160 hp is enough.