I would have the OBD system scanned for trouble codes first. Being that its OBDII if their is a problem with something like the MAF, it will display a trouble code. Thats the best way to know.
Other things you should do are check for vacuum leaks. Check your spark plugs and coil packs. I had a coil pack come loose and a second pack had a electrical plug come loose. Felt like a 318. Fixed that and it was back to normal.
Other then the MAF it could be a Camshaft Position Sensor or a Throttle Position Sensor.
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