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Best gas ranges 2021

Best gas ranges 2021
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The best gas ranges of 2021 look great, and make it easier than ever to achieve high quality cooking from home. Unlike electric cooktops or induction cooktops, firing up the best gas ranges allows you to access the heat at the source, in the form of powerful gas cooktops. These allow you to chargrill or maintain a specific temperature thanks to the adjustability of gas stoves. If you cook with a wok or other cookware that has curved sides, a gas range is great for heating all elements of your pan for an even cook. 

In our guide we’ve included GE, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, and LG gas ranges, with either 30-inch or 36-inch stoves. Although 30-inch gas ranges are the standard for most homes, having the option of a larger 36-inch gas stove will give those with more cooking demands, larger families, or simply more flashy kitchens, the option of a centerpiece. These gas ranges also come with smart extras such as double ovens and even Wi-Fi capabilities. 

Cooktop features aren’t the only thing to consider when buying a gas stove, you should also take a look at the oven. Many of the best ovens now come with convection cooking that will give you a more even bake as standard. Power for gas ranges is measured in BTU - British Thermal Units. The best gas stoves in our guide offer 20,000 BTU or more, but if you want a cheap gas range you may end up with slightly less power. The size of a gas oven can vary dramatically. The LG gas range in our guide comes with 6.9 cubic feet of capacity, whereas more budget options come with closer to 5 cubic feet.


1. GE JGSS86SPSS: Best gas range with double oven 

GE JGSS86SPSS review

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GE JGSS86SPSS

The GE JGSS86SPSS double oven gas range has plenty of capacity to accommodate all of your culinary needs and cut your cooking time in half.

 Center oval burner  
 Integrated griddle 
Not smart-enabled 
Not fingerprint resistant 

If you have a large family or run a busy household, the GE JGSS86SPSS gas range with  double oven is designed to make lives easier. The double capacity provides much more space to evenly cook a variety of dishes at once, saving valuable time. 

This gas range features a large integrated, non-stick griddle which sits on the middle oval burner, and is great for pancakes or quick fry-ups. 

With handy cooktop settings such as, delay bake and delay start sabbath mode, this allows more control over your baking preferences. The GE JGSS86SPSS is also equipped with an in-oven broiler to get the perfect broiling temperature, and a steam clean option that takes 30 minutes to work. 

What this gas range lacks however is WiFi capabilities, a second timer, and fingerprint-resistant finish options. 


2. LG LTG4715ST: Best smart gas range  

LG LTG4715ST review

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LG LTG4715ST

The LG LTG4715ST is a premium, double oven gas range that comes with WiFi capabilities to help you out.

ProBake convection 
Smart enabled  
No storage drawer 
The LED control panel is not backlit 

The LG LTG4715ST is a smart double gas range with a huge 6.9 cubic feet capacity. It is also one of the best gas ranges for bakers due to the ProBake convection it offers. This technology heats up the oven faster and distributes heat evenly to perfect those bakes.

Besides cakes, this smart gas range is equipped with powerful burners, including an Ultra Heat burner to generate quick and intense heat. In addition, it has convenient accessories such as a detachable wok grate,  a griddle plate, gliding rack, and in-oven broiler. 

As you’d expect from a premium range, it has clever features such as the intuitive glass touchscreen which is easy to operate at just a touch of a button. Bear in mind this can be very sensitive, so may be prone to those accidental touch settings or be annoying for some users.  

Of course, the key selling point here is the LG LTG4715ST’s smart features that efficiently give you more control to monitor your cooking remotely from your phone via the app. 

One downside worth noting is that this smart gas range doesn’t have a  storage drawer. 


3. Whirlpool WFG320M0BS: Best cheap gas range  

Whirlpool WFG320M0BS review

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Whirlpool WFG320M0BS

For a cheap gas range that performs well, the Whirlpool WFG320M0BS is great value for money.

Under-oven broiler 
Affordable 
No storage drawer 
Doesn’t have fifth burner 

The Whirlpool WFG320M0BS is a cheap gas range with ample room to manage your daily cooking needs. What’s more, it’s equipped with a large under-oven broiler and the Custom Broil allows you to set accurate broiling temperatures. 

Unlike other models, it doesn’t have a fifth burner which is a real let down. However, its four SpeedHeat burners are great for rapid boiling, frying and searing your dishes. The Whirlpool WFG320M0BS is easy to operate with simple, electronic controls. And it comes with a convenient control lock that disables the control panel in case of accidental changes to your settings.

Although it doesn’t come with useful preset cook options, this gas range is cheaper than the others we’ve reviewed so you wouldn’t expect as many high-end features. However, the range comes in several colours including, black, stainless steel, and white. 

If you cater to a large family and require more capacity, this may not be ideal for you. Plus notable downsides are the lack of storage and no smart features. 


4. Maytag MGR6600FB: Best gas range warranty 

Maytag MGR6600FB review

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Maytag MGR6600FB

The Maytag MGR6600FB puts out exceptional cooking power with advanced features like Precision Cooking.

Long warranty 
Precision Cooking system 
Pricey 
Smaller capacity  

The Maytag MGR6600FB is a durable, single, gas range oven that delivers powerful cooking results. It also comes with a long, ten-year parts warranty to put your mind at ease. Most ranges usually come with a standard one-year warranty so this will save you money in the long-term.

Besides having an impressive warranty, the Maytag MGR6600FB has plenty of features to make cooking a breeze. It comes with a fairly small five cubic feet capacity but has a quick-heating system to ensure optimum performance. The Precision Control sensors will make sure you get evenly-cooked meals each time. The Maytag MGR6600FB also has five, high-intensity burners, including a Simmer Burner that goes from 800 to 5,000 BTU, handy for those quick dishes. The convenient, oval burner easily fits a griddle pan or oversized cookware.

Other features include, the variable broil, and the delay bake setting allows you to program the time needed for all your baking delights.

It doesn’t have a double oven or convection but does come with useful features like the handy lower storage drawer. 


5. Frigidaire FGGH3047VF: Best 30-inch gas range  

Frigidaire FGGH3047VF review

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Frigidaire FGGH3047VF

The Frigidaire FGGH3047VF 30-inch gas range combines power and versatility. Along with high-spec features such as an in-built air fryer.

Air Fry option 
Smudge-proof finish 
Expensive 
Not smart-enabled 

If you’re after a versatile, 30-inch gas range that has everything you need and more, the Frigidaire FGGH3047VF is ideal. What’s more, the air fry option allows you to cook healthier meals, that won’t leave you feeling guilty about those calories! 

The Frigidaire FGGH3047VF range owes its impressive cooking results to its True Convection system. This convection fan and third heating element evenly circulates hot air around the oven faster, creating evenly baked results. Plus, the three oven racks also allow more space for those extra baking trays or dishes. The range also comes with an in-oven broiler and griddle pan for more variety. 

Other useful features include the Quick Preheat setting, quick boil burner designed to heat water much faster, lower storage drawer and a control lock, ideal for families with young children. It’s also designed to be smudge-resistant to eliminate those unsightly fingerprints.

What lets it down is the lack of cook preset settings besides Sabbath Mode. In addition, for a gas range of this price, it’s surprising not to have any WiFi capabilities available.