Best Ranges

By Staff

Your range is at the heart of your kitchen, so it makes sense to look for the best of the best. After all, whether you find cooking to be a joy or an unfortunate necessity, a great range will save you a lot of grief.

We’ve tested dozens of ranges, covering gas, electric, induction, and dual-fuel options. We've looked for the speediest preheating times, the highest and lowest burner temperatures, and the most even baking. Now, after countless hours in the lab, we're can say with absolute certainty that we've found some of the best ranges out there. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled them below for your ultimate convenience.

We think these ranges are downright fantastic, and we've got the reviews and data to prove it. For more info on a specific model, click through to read the full review. And hey—happy cooking!

Updated January 27, 2017

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Frigidaire Professional FPEH3077RF

This freestanding Frigidaire Professional has the look of a slide-in and the performance of a much pricier range. The 30-inch rangetop can get both screaming-hot yet can be mild enough to melt chocolate, while the 5.1-cu.-ft. oven bakes absolutely evenly. We also appreciated extras like a storage drawer, bridge burner, griddle, and temperature probe. Visually, the stainless-steel finish is beautiful and smudge-proof.

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Samsung Chef Collection NX58H9950WS

With the Samsung Chef Collection NX58H9950WS, you get beauty and brawn. The stylish yet functional stainless-steel design is the initial draw, but this range also heats quickly and cooks evenly, both on the rangetop and in the oven. And good news, Food Network fans: The added features are aimed at home chefs who might need, say, a wok grate more than a dedicated setting for reheating chicken nuggets.

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Where to Buy
AppliancesConnection $2,515.10 Buy
Home Depot $2,519.10 Buy
Best Buy $2,519.99 Buy
Lowe's $2,519.00 Buy

Samsung NE59J7850WS

Unlike a typical dual-oven range, the Samsung NE59J7850WS allows you to divide the 5.9-cu.-ft. oven cavity in two on demand, offering a new level of adaptability. You can also bisect the door, but only when and if you choose. Along with the oven(s), the rangetop easily reaches searing heats or simmering lows. Whether you want to cook a Thanksgiving turkey or cook multiple meals at once, this range can fit your needs.

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Where to Buy
AppliancesConnection $1,294.70 Buy
Home Depot $1,298.70 Buy
Best Buy $1,299.99 Buy
Lowe's $1,299.00 Buy

Frigidaire Gallery FGIF3061NF

With its induction burners, excellent convection baking performance, and reasonable sale price, this range makes a compelling case for upgrading from a traditional range to induction. It's a foregone conclusion that induction rangetops will excel in our tests, thanks to their speed and consistency, and the FGIF3061NF is no exception. In the end, you're unlikely to find a range that offers a better mix of performance, features, and price.

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Where to Buy
Home Depot $1,529.10 Buy
Best Buy $1,529.99 Buy
Lowe's $1,749.00 Buy

Bosch HEI8054U

This 30-inch, all stainless range from Bosch feels sturdy and looks great, and we also enjoyed cooking on it. A $1,799 sale price may be high, but you're getting a lot of range. Since it looks like an upscale slide-in model but fits in the same cutout as a freestanding range, it's a great way to get more value out of a kitchen renovation.

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Where to Buy
AppliancesConnection $1,794.10 Buy
Best Buy $1,799.99 Buy
Lowe's $1,799.00 Buy

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