Wow, nice to see another member of the Fiat Coupe Forum on here too! I've owned my 20V Turbo Coupe for over two years now and I love it to bits. I'm also a big fan of the S3 too and will probably get an S3 if I ever end up selling the Coupe. With an Italian car you expect the odd thing to go wrong, but in over two years the Coupe's never let me down once and is still a joy to drive. The coupe was not infact made by Fiat, but built by Pininfarina in their factory alongside the odd Ferrari. This means that the build quality on the Coupe is actually a lot higher that other lesser Fiats of the time. Fiat built several versions of the Coupe (16v, 16v Turbo, 20v) but the one to have has always been the 20v Turbo with 5 cylinder engine and 220hp as standard. The acceleration from the standard Coupe on boost is pretty savage - making it quicker than most of the new generation of hot hatches. Its a car with a pretty respectable 0-100 time of 14.5 secs, but its the way that it just keeps on pulling like a train at speeds way over 100mph that really impresses (on a private track of course). Its certainly a car that still brings a big smile to my face on every drive. I'm going to keep my coupe for a bit, but because I'm now doing much higher mileage for my business I'll probably need to change to something more hardy in the next year or so. Like the Fiat, you don't see many S3's around and that really appeals. I'm also a big fan of the way the S3 looks with those wider wheel arches and beefy bumpers. The S3's certainly not as characterful as the Fiat, or as fast, but then I kind of like its no-nonsense approach, rounded package, and Q car status. I'm sure when the time comes then I'll love my S3 just as much as I did my Fiat.