I had to replace the MAF on my car not long after I got it. Tracking down a new item took a bit of doing, and they're prohibitively expensive. I ended up buying a 2nd hand unit, well 2 actually, the 1st one didn't work, so I returned it. The 2nd one has been good for the last 3 years, it was from an early model Alfa. In the process of hunting down what I was looking for, I found heaps of part numbers for various cars that looked to be the same and have the same connector profile. The most promising was for a Hyundai, Bosch units are still available new for about 1/3 the price of a new coupe item. Whether the actual workings are conducive to operating in a coupe is another matter, I considered buying one just for proof of my theory. I didn't bother because the car was already running well with the 2nd hand Alfa one.