Owner Reviews: Best of April

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We love Owner Reviews at CarAdvice. After all, the people who slapped down their hard-earned money on a car are, arguably, best qualified to tell the world what they’re like!

Here are our favourites from April, along with our Top 3 prize winners: Lachlan, Nathan and Lx.

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Lachlan, 2013 Infiniti G37 S Premium

Lachlan is under no illusions about Infiniti in Australia. The brand has struggled since launching here, having touched down with an out-of-date range and high prices. But as a used proposition? The G37 is unique, fast and fun.

Have a read here

Nathan, 2013 Toyota LandCruiser Prado

With seven seats, tons of space and a comfortable driver's seat, the LandCruiser Prado is perfect for people who are travelling long distances. Nathan loves the aftermarket support and off-road capability, but the car isn't perfect.

Check it out here

Lx, 2011 Ford Fiesta LX

The Fiesta is a small car offering a fun drive, decent space and more buttons than even the most devout Nokia fan could ever dream of. There's one big problem, though – that damn PowerShift gearbox.

Dive into the review here

Bruce, 2006 Audi A3 Sportback

It's red and European, and there's more than 200,000km on the odometer. What on earth was Bruce thinking? Well, he says he isn't mad – instead, he's busting Euro myths, one service at a time.

Get the lowdown here

TJ, 1972 Holden Torana GTR XU-1

Ever sold a car and instantly regretted it? TJ knows that feeling, having owned and sold a Torana almost three decades ago. It's not a genuine Brock car, but his second attempt looks very similar. Think of it as a twin sister.

Get your classic muscle fix

Peter, 1993 Ferrari 348 TS

Lets get the obvious out of the way: the TS isn't cheap to insure. But it's red and Italian, with a pure no-power-steering or airbag driving experience. Peter also goes to great lengths to defend the styling, with all its strakes and wedgy shape.

Read up on this Italian stallion

David, 2007 Holden Astra SRi

"In all, I do love this car. It can go for a fast blast on a quiet Sunday along your favourite roads, but you can live with it every day as well. And yet, because of those stupid long doors, I look forward to replacing the Astra with a car with normal-length doors. My shoes, shins and head can only take so much abuse.

Actually, the new Astra RS looks to fit the bill perfectly."

Check out this Astra from a different time

Congratulations to Lachlan, Nathan and Lx. Stay tuned, we'll be in touch regarding your prize!