Extremely spacious and efficient, as it features a 6.1 cubic foot build and dual ovens with convection heating. Black stainless steel finish has an ultra-modern look that is perfect for today's kitchens. It is also smudge-resistant.
Some components on the control panel are plastic, and could warp when exposed to heat from cooking. Priciest option on our shortlist.
Affordable, yet it comes with features cooks love including a ceramic cooktop, a warm and hold function, and a roomy oven. Oven is also self-cleaning.
Some owners gripe about it having only two oven racks.
A gas-powered black range with 20-inch width that is practical for kitchens with limited space. Easy to clean, due in part to the cooktop that can be lifted up for easy access to spilled food. Has a broiler drawer.
You can't easily monitor your baking progress, as there is no oven window. Limited space makes it impractical for cooking large meals.
Has black stainless steel construction that's attractive and looks great in custom kitchens. Offers fast convection cooking and ceramic cooktop with 5 burners. Spacious inside and out.
Has self-cleaning capabilities; however the feature has been known to have some issues. Temperature control reliability can be sporadic.
The bottom oven cooks perfectly, and the griddle is large enough to make three perfectly golden-brown grilled cheese sandwiches.
The top oven tends to burn the bottom of foods, and the oven can't be pushed up against the wall because of the gas line valves.
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When it comes to kitchen design, black is a fail-proof color. It goes with everything and can give your kitchen a modern yet classic look. There’s a wealth of black oven ranges on the market, so your choice will depend on your budget, the size of your kitchen, and what your kitchen needs are. Ranges are gas or electric, each of which has pros and cons. An electric range can come with more modern amenities, like energy-efficiency settings and self-cleaning settings. The stovetop will provide a level surface for pots and pans, while the oven will heat food faster and more evenly.