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The 7 Best Gas Range Models for 2023

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Jan 2, 2023 11:15 AM
Jeff Allaire

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A gas range provides you with some of the best options for stovetop cooking. If you’ve been searching for the best gas range for your home, we’re here to help with an overview of our top seven favorite gas ranges for 2023! We cover several different brands priced starting in the $1,050s up to the $2,500s (although promotions and package deals can easily shave over 20% off of the retail price). Most of the models on our list have some form of convection, and many have a fifth burner as well to expand your stovetop cooking options.

Let’s dig in and explore some of the amazing options out there! Each product is numbered for your convenience, but they are listed in no particular order. For more info on choosing a new range, check out our range buying guide!

NOTE: As of January 2023, our recommendations remain unchanged since the last time this post was updated in January 2022.

 

Table of Contents

  1. Samsung NX60T8111SS
  2. GE JGB645SEKSS
  3. LG LRGL5823D
  4. Maytag MGR8800FZ
  5. KitchenAid KFGD500ESS*
  6. Frigidaire Gallery GCRG3060AF
  7. Whirlpool WFG775H0HZ

*The KitchenAid model (#5) is a double oven gas range.

 

3 Quick Buying Tips - Things to Consider

  • Convection. Compared to electric ranges, gas ranges can have trouble with even heating in the oven. If you don't have the budget for a dual fuel range but want good baking results, convection will help distribute heat more evenly so a roast won't just brown on top and multiple sheets of cookies won't come out in different shades. Convection ranges start at around $1,000 MSRP. Read more about convection here!

  • Oven Cleaning. Steam cleaning is a newer option on the market compared to traditional high heat self cleaning. To learn more, check out our article on steam clean ovens. Some models come with only one type of cleaning or the other while a few brands offer models with both. If you are used to self clean ovens, we recommend looking for a model that has self clean or steam and self clean, as steam clean is lighter-duty.

  • Stovetop Elements. Many of the models on our list offer five burners. This fifth burner can offer unique features to expand the use of your stove, such as being oval-shaped to accommodate larger cookware or griddles. Many stoves also come with a high-powered burner to boil water quickly and to produce great results when it comes to cuisines that require high heat. Continuous grates are another nice feature that is becoming more common on today's ranges - they look great and make it easy to move pots and pans around!

 

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1. Samsung NX60T8111SS - 6.0 cu ft oven, 5 burners - $1,299

First up is the Samsung NX60T8111SS slide-in gas range, available in fingerprint resistant stainless steel at $1,299 and in fingerprint resistant black stainless steel at $1,399. This gas range features a 6.0 cubic foot oven and five burners in the cooktop to help you cook and bake multiple dishes at once. You'll get both premium styling and ease of use and cleaning with its glass touch controls for the oven and knob controls with stainless appearance for the cooktop.

The flexible stovetop features matte black continuous edge-to-edge grates, which makes it easy to slide pots and pans. The central 9.5K BTU fifth burner is round rather than an elongated oval shape. The burners range from 5,000 to 17,000 BTUs - two of those can boil water and simmer sauces quickly! The self clean oven is spacious, and it comes with two racks. You'll also get familiar features like Bake, Variable Broil, Keep Warm, and Proofing. 

Another great thing that this gas range offers is convenience - it has cool smart features! It is Wi-Fi connected, so you can monitor and control your cooktop with just some clicks on your smartphone through the SmartThings App. You can also do this by voice using Google Assistant, Bixby, or Alexa as the model is voice-enabled! It's also ADA compliant.

If you're looking for premium styling and smart, convenient features at a reasonable price, Samsung is a great option. The manufacturer's warranty covers one year parts and labor on the full appliance.

 

Features

  • Large oven capacity at 6.0 cu ft

  • Wi-Fi connected and voice-enabled

  • Self Clean oven

  • 17,000 BTU power burner

  • Round-shaped fifth burner

  • Matte black continuous edge-to-edge grates

  • ADA compliant

 

Click here to read over 140 real customer reviews of this product!

 

Samsung NX60T8111SS - $1,299

Samsung NX60T8111SS Gas Range

 

 

2. GE JGB645SEKSS - 5.0 cu ft oven, 4 burners - $1,048

Next on our list of the best gas range offerings of the year is the GE JGB645SEKSS. It’s available in stainless steel at $1,048. This freestanding gas range has a 5.0 cubic foot oven capacity with a storage drawer and self-cleaning feature.

The stovetop is where this range really shines: heavy-duty edge-to-edge grates in two pieces let you shift pots and pans around with ease. The grates are dishwasher-safe, too, so cleaning isn’t labor-intensive! The recessed cooktop helps to contain spills. The four burners include a 15,000 BTU Power Boil burner to bring liquids to a boil ASAP and a 5,000 BTU Precise Simmer burner to avoid boiling over.

This model does not offer convection and has basic electronic touchpad controls for the self-cleaning oven. Overall, the controls and styling are simple and familiar. One customer issue we've noticed is that the bottom drawer doesn't always stay on the tracks, but overall reviews are positive. If you're looking for the best gas range under $1,100, this could be the range for you!

 

Features:

  • 2-piece continuous grates - dishwasher-safe

  • Self Clean oven

  • 15,000 BTU Power Boil burner

  • 5,000 BTU Precise Simmer burner

  • Recessed cooktop helps to contain spills for easy cleanup

  • Delay Bake option

 

Click here to read over 160 real customer reviews of this product!

 

GE JGB645SEKSS - $1,048

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3. LG LRGL5823D - 5.8 cu ft oven, 5 burners - $1,249

The LG LRGL5823D gas range has a 5.8 cubic foot oven capacity with fan convection and seven rack positions, plus five gas burners that add flexibility to your stovetop. This range is available in LG-exclusive PrintProof black stainless steel at $1,249 and PrintProof stainless steel at $1,149. Find out more about black stainless and other new colors in our new appliance color reviews!

Under the continuous grates, you'll find an oval-shaped 10,000 BTU central fifth burner and a powerful 20,000 BTU UltraHeat™ burner. If you’re looking for the best gas range featuring a modern steam cleaning oven, consider this LG range! The EasyClean steam clean feature takes just ten minutes to loosen baked-on grime so you can wipe it away. You can also use the traditional self-clean option for a deeper clean.

This model boasts an Air Fry feature, which uses a boost of heat and circulating air to help you prepare your favorite crispy fried food while using less oil. An optional air fry tray is sold separately. Other notable oven cooking options are Convection Bake and Convection Roast. It's Wi-Fi enabled and works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa! With LG's ThinQ Technology with Proactive Customer Care, you can also control the oven remotely.

This model is a good option for people who want a large-capacity oven with fan convection, steam cleaning, and built-in Air Fry. The controls are basic and easy to use while retaining a premium look.

 

Features:

  • Fan convection

  • Built-In Air Fry

  • EasyClean steam clean and Self Clean options

  • 20,000 BTU UltraHeat™ burner

  • PrintProof finish resists smudges and easily wipes clean

  • Oval-shaped 10,000 BTU fifth burner

  • Edge-to-edge continuous grates

  

Click here to read over 50 real customer reviews of this product!

 

LG LRGL5823D - $1,249   

LG LRGL5823D Gas Range    

 

 

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4. Maytag MGR8800FZ - 5.8 cu ft oven, 5 burners -  $1,449

If you are looking for a solid American-made option, a Maytag may fit the bill. The Maytag MGR8800FZ comes in fingerprint-resistant stainless steel at $1,449. This gas range from Maytag provides some helpful updates to the typical range design, including a helpful 8,000 BTU fifth element oval burner for oversized pots and pans, and an 18,000 BTU power burner.

The oven is where this range really shines, though! The capacity is a roomy 5.8 cubic feet with True Convection, meaning it incorporates a third heating element and a fan for better baking results. The Automatic Convection Conversion Temperature Adjust feature means the oven adapts to non-convection recipes so you don’t accidentally overcook something. You get two standard racks plus an additional Max Capacity rack. This rack features a dip in the middle to give you extra room for casserole dishes and more when you’re brewing up multiple dishes at once. 

People who love to bake know how helpful convection ovens can be, and the great oven features plus its large capacity make this gas range a great choice for people who bake, roast, and want to get the most out of their range! The huge oven window and towel bar style handle give this stove bonus aesthetic appeal! Maytag offers a one year full parts and labor warranty, plus ten years parts only on the stove burners, oven bake/broil burners, and certain aspects of the oven cavity - see the manufacturer's warranty for full details.

 

Features:

  • 18,000 BTU Power Burner

  • Oval-shaped 8,000 BTU oval fifth burner

  • True Convection with a third heating element and fan

  • AquaLift steam clean technology

  • Two standard oven racks plus one Max Capacity rack

  • 2-piece continuous stovetop grates

  • Variable Broil, Power Reheat, Delay Bake, and Keep Warm oven settings

 

Click here to read over 320 real customer reviews of this product!

 

Maytag MGR8800FZ - $1,449

Maytag Gas Range MGR8800FZ

 

 

5. KitchenAid KFGD500ESS - 6.0 cu ft double oven, 5 burners - $2,499

Are you looking for the best gas range with a double oven? The KitchenAid KFGD500ESS is our favorite option. It has a combined capacity of six cubic feet (2.1 cubic feet in the upper oven, 3.9 in the lower). It’s available in stainless steel at $2,499, premium black stainless steel at $2,599, and in white at $2,499. 

A double oven allows you to cook multiple dishes at different temperatures. If you entertain regularly, want to make the most out of your time and energy, or just love to cook a lot, a double oven range is a great choice! Read our article on double oven ranges for more info. It has one timer, so you'll need to use your phone or something else if need timers for both ovens. This range also comes with Even-Heat True Convection in the lower oven plus an EasyConvect Conversion System to help you with non-convection recipes. The stovetop features an oval-shaped fifth burner element plus continuous grating that’s dishwasher safe.

The double oven is a premium appliance design, and this freestanding gas range provides a variety of high-quality features in both the ovens and stovetop. The proofing setting and EasyConvect Conversion settings are ideal for getting the best results from any baking recipe. In addition to one year on the full appliance, KitchenAid covers the burners and touch controls for five years (parts only).

 

Features:

  • Double oven with combined capacity of 6.0 cu. ft.

  • Even-Heat True Convection

  • Burners range from 5,000 to 17,000 BTU

  • EasyConvect Conversion System helps you use the convection setting with new recipes

  • SatinGlide oven racks

  • Dishwasher-safe, continuous grates

 

Click here to read over 535 real customer reviews of this product!

 

KitchenAid KFGD500ESS - $2,499

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6. Frigidaire Gallery GCRG3060AF - 5.0 cu ft oven, 5 burners - $1,349

Next up is a Frigidaire Gallery model. The Frigidaire Gallery line of high-end, professionally-inspired designs offers one of the best gas range products of 2023 with the Frigidaire GCRG3060AF. Choose from smudge-proof stainless steel at $1,349 or black stainless steel at $1,449, although it goes on sale throughout the year. It comes with several of the premium features we’ve come to look for in new gas ranges, including continuous corner-to-corner grates and five burners, plus a new feature: Air Fry!

This model has a 5.0 cubic foot oven with True Convection and Air Fry to provide you with crispy French fries, chicken wings, and more. You'll save countertop space compared to a standalone air fryer, plus you can air fry more food at once. Reviewed.com also found that the other features work well, too!

The oven comes with steam clean and traditional self clean cycles. The stovetop’s five burners provide varying BTU levels for everything from a low simmer to a Power Burner for fast boiling. This gas range has a sleek high-end look plus a ton of helpful features for the modern home chef. With true convection, Air Fry, and other great oven and stovetop settings, this range works well for medium to large households with a lot of cooking to do.

 

Features:

  • True Convection and Air Fry

  • Steam clean and self-clean oven

  • 18,000 BTU Power Burner

  • 10,000 BTU fifth burner

  • 3-piece continuous grates

  • Even Baking technology 

 

Click here to read over 3,110 real customer reviews of this product!  

 

Frigidaire GCRG3060AF - $1,349

Frigidaire Gallery GCRG3060AF Gas Range

 

 

7. Whirlpool WFG775H0HZ - 5.8 cu ft oven, 5 burners - $1,519

Last but not least is the Whirlpool WFG775H0HZ, featuring a large oven window and continuous grates that give it a high-end professional design. It’s available in fingerprint-resistant stainless steel at $1,519, black stainless steel at $1,619, and black or white at $1,299.

This Whirlpool range has a large-capacity oven with fan convection and features like Rapid Preheat, Frozen Bake, and AquaLift steam self-cleaning. The stovetop features a SpeedHeat power burner and five burner elements in total with continuous grates and an included griddle as well. The sealed burner design is easy to clean, and the cast iron grates are tough and good-looking, too! The hinged grates are dishwasher-safe, but you can lift them up to clean underneath them without removing them to make cleaning up a breeze.

This range is ideal for people who want an updated gas range for 2023 with a large capacity and new features like high-powered burners and steam cleaning ovens. The large oven window gives it a professional finish that will take cooking at home to the next level!

 

Features: 

  • 2-piece hinged continuous grates - Dishwasher-safe

  • Griddle included for center oval burner

  • Fan convection

  • Rapid Preheat, Frozen Bake options

  • AquaLift Self-Clean (steam cleaning)

  • 15,000 BTU SpeedHeat burner

 

Click here to read over 20 real customer reviews of this product!  

 

Whirlpool WFG775H0HZ - $1,519

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That finishes up our list of the best gas range products for 2023. You’ll notice that they almost all feature five burners and continuous grates, and only the Samsung NX60T8111SS (#1 on our list) and GE JGB645SEKSS (#2) lack convection technology. If you want a large capacity oven, there are several 6.0 cubic foot models on our list. If you love to bake and need True Convection, which is less common in gas ranges than electric models, check out the Maytag MGR8800FZ (#4), KitchenAid KFGD500ESS (#5), and Frigidaire GCRG3060AF (#6). You might like the Samsung (#1) and LG (#3) models if you are interested in smart features.

Which do you think is the best gas range for 2023? Leave us a comment below - We’d love to hear from you!

 

Editor's Note: This blog was originally written in June of 2018 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy as of the publication date noted above.

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