The GolfHr Institute turned up the heat in the Lab — and these winners cooked the competition.
When it comes to flexibility and convenience, it doesn't get much better than this.
This range proves that a lower price tag doesn't necessarily mean inferior performance.
This GE range will bake butter cakes to evenly browned, fine-textured perfection as its oven distributes heat very uniformly.
If you appreciate an ergonomic kitchen, consider this GE range.
Thanks to an oven insert, this range can cook at two different temperatures.
This black-and-stainless steel model is stacked with features.
If you want to invest in a professional range, this one is our top recommendation.
This freestanding black-and-stainless-steel range is as pro-looking as the luxury models, but costs a fraction of the price.
If you're looking for a top performing electric range, the Kenmore Elite is a great choice.
The Jenn-Air bakes evenly, but lacks a self-cleaning cycle.
If you like to get dinner on the table as quickly as possible, consider the Whirlpool.
The KitchenAid was one of the few ranges in our test to excel at broiling steak as well as stovetop cooking and oven baking.
This range was one of the most affordable models we tested, and it doesn't compromise on performance for the price.
The Maytag has two ovens, giving you lots of flexibility with meal planning.
The state-of-the-art Miele i 30" Induction Range is the only model we tested that features touchscreen controls.