KitchenAid Stoves & Ovens

KitchenAid Stoves & Ovens

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About KitchenAid Stoves & Ovens

KitchenAid is a home appliance manufacturer that designs cooktops, ovens and ranges. It has a long history in the industry and offers a large selection of professional-level and customizable appliances for at-home use. The company offers limited manufacturer warranties for all its appliances and free delivery for items over $399.

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Great size oven so when whole family gets together - over 20 and adding - it is big enough to accommodate all dishes - top with 6 burners is big enough to let 2 people cook comfor...

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This built in oven is great, looks fantastic, goods exactly at the temperature I set it for, the instructions for care are very easy to understand, the stainless steel front is ea...

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About KitchenAid stoves and ovens

KitchenAid offers gas and electric ranges in a variety of styles, including models with four, five, six and eight burners, as well as griddle options. Its slide-in domestic ovens and range models are versatile and can be installed almost anywhere in the kitchen. The company also offers freestanding ranges with finished sides and back panels for flexible installation options.

Many KitchenAid ranges feature Even-Heat technology, which keeps air flowing for reliable cooking. Its stoves and ovens typically come in black stainless steel, stainless or white. Its commercial-style ranges are available in nine signature colors, with sizes ranging from 30” to 48”. Some of its stove models include hands-free technology that lets you control your appliance from your phone.

KitchenAid also sells cooktops and ovens separately. Its cooktops options include gas (LNG or propane), induction, electric and downdraft, and its Smart Oven line includes powered attachments for grilling, steaming and baking. All its products carry warranties, and you can register your appliance on the website for easy service. You can also request professional delivery and installation for an additional fee.

KitchenAid stove and oven costs

KitchenAid’s freestanding stoves and ovens cost from $1,199 to $11,299, and its slide-in ranges start at $2,199. Prices for its double ovens range from $2,099 to $2,899, while its commercial-style models start at $3,999 and its double-wall ovens run $3,199 to $4,699. KitchenAid cooktops start at $899. The company offers financing options for its stoves and ovens.

KitchenAid stove and oven FAQ

Are KitchenAid stoves good?
A KitchenAid stove or oven comes with a limited manufacturer warranty, and all its stoves are designed to meet professional standards. Customers report issues with self-cleaning features, faulty knobs and inconsistent temperature.
Who makes KitchenAid ovens?
Whirlpool owns the KitchenAid brand and manufactures some KitchenAid appliances, including ovens.
Where are KitchenAid stoves made?
Many KitchenAid stove models are made in Cleveland, Tennessee, but the company has several other factories in the U.S., Canada and China.
Are KitchenAid ovens high-end?
KitchenAid’s ovens are designed to meet professional culinary standards. Its commercial line offers designer colors and the signature KitchenAid easy-grip handle, and many of its ovens, cooktops and ranges feature high-end details like precision knobs, variable BTU burners and Even-Heat convection. KitchenAid’s oven prices are not the highest on the market.

Are KitchenAid stoves worth it?

KitchenAid offers a large selection of ovens, ranges and gas and electric stoves in a wide variety of styles, allowing for flexibility in layout. Its products can be pricey but might be worth it — KitchenAid is well established in the appliance industry and offers a company-serviced manufacturer warranty for all stove and oven purchases.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Jan. 27, 2023

Last September, we purchased an electric, single oven, 30” KitchenAid stove. I prefer gas but this house has a popcorn ceiling in an open concept house..so everywhere. The first thing we noticed was the awful smell when we turned the oven on. “Insulation” we were told. It still stinks four months later! The long list of deficiencies includes: the oven door is open more at the top than the bottom when closed, the oven timer rings only once which is useless (unlike our previous stove), the broiler drawer does not close unless shoved hard, the drawer is so low that the vacuum floor-wand no longer fits even a few inches, and the control panel on top has to be Pounded to get it to respond. I will never buy KitchenAid again!!

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Dec. 13, 2022

I purchased a KitchenAid Dual Fuel Downdraft Range on March 25, 2021. Since then I have had four different service calls; the last in July of 2022. I asked if they had the equivalent of an automobile Lemon Law. They said they did not, and they extended my warranty by six months. Most recently the parts of the touchpad stopped responding (timer, clock and the numbers 1,4 and 7). This severely limits what can be cooked int he oven. I called Kitchen Aid to see if they would help rectify the situation. They offered to schedule an out of warranty repair. After spending close to $4000 and having had problems with the unit since week one I declined their offer. In my opinion we were sold a defective product and I think they should replace the unit or fix it.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Nov. 16, 2022

    Do not buy a KitchenAid wall oven if you are a serious baker. Uneven baking results. Temperature is not consistent. It’s either too hot or not hot enough. I’ve done all the calibration as directed in the manual without helping as the temperature fluctuates so much. While I will miss the beautiful black stainless, I need an oven that works as it should. I’m giving up & buying a new oven!

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    Original review: Oct. 26, 2022

    We built a new house in 2014 and put all Kitchen aid appliances in our home. We have a double oven mounted in the wall, refrigerator, dishwasher, cooktop and hood. We have replaced 2 refrigerators (first one in 2016, and then that one went out in 2017) with NO help from warranty and finally just bought a Samsung. The dishwasher has leaked since we bought it, after hours and hours on customer support hold they told us it wasn't a warranty issue, we had to buy a Samsung. The double oven electrical board went out now in 2022 and they have been on back order for the part for 3 months... Having to now replace the double oven because the "part" is no longer available. I have NEVER had a good or even "ok" experience with customer service (hold times are ALWAYS around an hour). DO NOT BUY ANYTHING KITCHENAID. Read the reviews because you can find this same complaint all over the internet.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Oct. 14, 2022

    Purchased 6 high-end KitchenAid appliances. 3 of the 6 broke within 7 months. Kitchen Aid of course tried to get away with not fixing it by claiming misuse. Agreed to fix 2 of the 3 malfunctioning units after a lot of pushing. Horrible product. Don't expect any warranty help!

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    Original review: Feb. 9, 2022

    We bought our Kitchen Aid oven to replace the Jenn-air that was in our house when we bought it. We have had the stove one year 3 months and it completely stopped working, in the middle of supper. I am so disappointed. Paid a good chunk of money for it. What a hunk of junk. Never again.

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    Original review: Nov. 17, 2021

    I bought a KitchenAid range for a rental. The oven has been used rarely and the regulator went out causing an expensive repair and a part wait time of over 6 weeks. I would definitely recommend anyone considering a KitchenAid range to do their homework.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Nov. 2, 2021

    Kitchen Aid Gas Stoves seem to have issues with self-clean cycle. Shutting down cycle, blank display and door locked until thermal fuse is replaced. Kitchen Aid service representative who replaced control board (twice!) suggested not to use cleaning cycle. I thought that is what was a part of what I paid for when purchasing this expensive gas stove.

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    Rated with 3 stars
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    Original review: April 23, 2021

    The design of the microwave section of the oven has the door opening down. You cannot remove it. Unless you are 6 feet tall and or an orangutan reaching the back of the microwave to clean the area that gets the dirtiest is next to impossible when you are a normal size person. In addition, periodically it decides that when you’re microwaving something, it just it doesn’t want to and it shuts off.

    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: March 2, 2021

    We purchased our top of the line Kitchenaid Gas Range/Oven in 2019. When we use the locking mechanism to lock the electronic panel on the top, it seems to work properly on the oven but it does not lock the range. As a result there have now been many times we brush by the knob for the gas range and it will begin leaking the gas without the ignite. This has happened numerous times even when my cat walks by, or we brush by the stove, unloading groceries. The knob turns slightly and the gas begins to leak. At one time we had the whole room fill up with gas bc we did not know it was on (we believe our cat must have brushed by) and the 12X24 room was filled with gas. I am working with the warranty team but this is a big safety concern for my family of 4 plus 2 pets.

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