Best Mid-Price Gas and Electric Ranges

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Chances are you want a good looking reliable stove with functional features but aren't ready to spend top dollar for a professional range, you have many options in the middle. Premium ranges are higher quality than value or entry-level brands, yet don't have the hefty price tag of the ultra-high-end brands like Wolf, Thermador pro, or Jenn-Air pro.

In selecting the best premium ranges this year, we were faced with a challenge. We wanted to make this simple for you. In an industry with hundreds of ranges to choose from, we narrowed it down to the top 5 ranges with the best features, promotions, and reviews.

What features should you look for when buying a new range?

There are so many different ranges out there. The process of selecting the right premium range can be challenging. Basically, our goal was to look at the best gas ranges, electric ranges, induction ranges, and dual fuel ranges in brands that were not entry-level, but also not super ultra-luxury.

All of our selections were either front control or slide-in ranges for a more upscale look. These ranges are also a great option if you’re installing your range on an island or peninsula.

When making our selection, we prioritized factors like reliability, reviews, customization, and useful features that could enhance your cooking experience.



Useful Cooking Features

Smart (Wifi) Enabled Appliances

Warming Drawer

Gas vs. Dual Fuel. vs. Electric vs. Induction Ranges

Ranges come in all shapes and sizes. Your choice will likely come down to dimensions, style preferences, fuel source (gas/electric), and price. Below you can see the most popular range styles. Premium ranges usually always have controls on the front, perfect for an island or peninsula installation.

Gas Ranges

Dual Fuel Ranges

Electric Ranges

Induction Ranges