Gas or electric? If you like a combination of the two, you should check out dual fuel ranges. These stoves combine a gas cooktop and an electric oven. Some cooks find this to be the best of both worlds; gas burners are more instinctive to use and provide visual confirmation and control, while electric ovens are arguably more precise and preferable for baked goods.
However, dual fuel ranges are still relatively uncommon - only about 7% of ranges on the market are dual fuel - and you should expect to shell out about $2100 for one. Users are not big fans of them, either. These ranges receive low overall scores, and users report that they are far less durable than other stoves.
If you are still interested though, take a look at the list of top-ranked dual-fuel ranges and decide for yourself.