Like many other kitchen appliance brands, KitchenAid offers some products that are decent, and others that leave much to be desired. Of KitchenAid's 40 or so stove models, users rank only a couple above average and point out their commendable qualities.
As a stove brand, KitchenAid's score is among the lowest for cleanup, durability and customer satisfaction. You're also likely to spend more on a KitchenAid stove than you'd like, as their cheapest models cost around $1150. This trend extends to refrigerators as well, where opinions show that they are among the lowest-rated brands.
Bottom line: their mixers are great, but their large appliances - not so much.
The KitchenAid Architect Slide-In Electric Convection Range is the #1 KitchenAid stove on the market. It has a total capacity of 4.09 cubic feet. The stovetop features 4 elements. Opinions indicate that the range's performance is spectacular and that it usually delivers excellent results. Users consider the stovetop and oven to be just fairly user friendly and and rate them around average for usability. However, this range is said to be difficult to clean.
The KitchenAid Architect Slide-In Dual Fuel Convection Range is ranked the #2 best KitchenAid stove. It has a total capacity of 4.09 cubic feet. The cooktop includes 4 elements. This range is ranked high for easy cleanup.
The KitchenAid Freestanding Gas Double-Oven Convection Range was chosen by users as the #3 best KitchenAid range. The stovetop includes 5 heating elements. Opinions indicate that the range's performance is pretty good and that it usually delivers good results. In terms of design, users find this range rather appealing. However, this model is said to be a little difficult to clean.