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Take performance to another level with a Maytag refrigerator. Bottom-freezers offer fresh food at eye level, while models with a French door design add twin refrigerator doors that fit almost any kitchen set-up. Side-by-sides provide convenient accessibility with vertical compartments. And, top-freezers keep frozen items up top with ample space for fresh food below. No matter what, every Maytag brand refrigerator delivers the dependability you deserve.
26 cu. ft. Ice2O EcoConserve French Door Refrigerator - MFI2670XE
With 26 cu. ft. capacity, this Ice2O EcoConserve refrigerator features the flexible storage space you crave. The flush ice and water dispenser with LCD Display and precision touch controls combine function and style. A wine holder in the door provides a convenient spot for chilling a bottle to serve at the next meal while the temperature-controlled deli drawer provides storage for party platters, deli trays and more. Designed with innovative components including 2X Life* Tested freezer drawer glides that allow smooth access even while holding up to 120 lbs. of frozen food. Plus, this refrigerator uses less energy than a 60-watt light bulb.**
*Freezer drawer glides tested to 300,000 openings and closings.
**Based on continuous use of bulb for one year.
This refrigerator uses 481 kWh/yr and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $53.34.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating costs is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh. For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/appliances.