Are KitchenAid Gas Ranges Good?

Are KitchenAid Gas Ranges Good?


Are KitchenAid gas ranges good? They tend to be middle of the pack. I thought they’d be higher rated. It depends on the type of range. A KitchenAid range. For example, when it comes to double oven
smooth-top ranges, Kitchenaid was in the middle of the pack. In contrast, Frigidiaire managed
to have one of the best and one of the worst in that category. Double ovens are only convenient if I need
to cook a lot of things simultaneously at different temps. If you like KitchenAid’s better rated ranges,
you should know Kitchenaid did better when it came to duel fuel double ovens. In that
class, one of their ranges was a Consumer Reports best buy. It sounds like dual fuel is the way to go. KitchenAid ranges that are dual fuel cost
more than the standard range, but don’t have improved performance. Kitchenaid’s dual fuel
and gas ranges with a single oven category are only average. I think I want a single oven. I’ll burn half
as much food. For smooth top single oven ranges, Kitchenaid
ranges were in the lower middle of the pack. I would have thought Kitchenaid would have
done better in the ratings, given its reputation. It doesn’t get low marks for broiling like
Whilrpool and Kenmore ranges. If only my broiling didn’t get such low marks
by my family. At least KitchenAid ranges don’t have the
oven liner melt off when you broil the food or have reported gas leaks. There go my excuses for a burnt meal. Kitchenaid ranges usually had two high power
burners instead of LG and Samsung’s single one. That can make it easier to cook dinner
faster. It sounds like Kitchenaid is a decent range,
but it won’t make me a better cook. You’ll save enough on the brand to afford
cooking lessons, though.

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