These Are the Best Gas Stoves Under $5,000

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You don't have to be a master in the kitchen to appreciate the appeal of a gas stove. Not only do they allow you to have precise control over the flame, but they also quickly heat up and cool down. In comparison to electric options, gas ranges heat your dishes more evenly, which is a win for cooks of all skill levels. Plus, they're emergency-friendly; if the power goes out, with the help of a match, you'll still be able to cook on the stove.

These appliances can be pricey, though. And you may have to make an investment even before bringing one home. If your kitchen isn't already equipped with a gas line, you'll have to get one installed first. We think the price is usually worth it, however, so we compiled eight of the best gas stoves on the market. As an added bonus, all of them are under $5,000.

1. ILVE Nostalgie Series 30-inch Freestanding Dual Fuel Range, $2,999

Italian brand ILVE has been cooking up handcrafted kitchen appliances since 1952, and this blue beauty exemplifies the quality and care that goes into each design. It features five sealed brass burners, heavy-duty trivets, and a deep, recessed stainless steel spill tray. And the ultimate plus? It's beautiful to boot.

2. LG STUDIO 6.3 cu. ft. WiFi-Enabled Gas Slide-In Range with ProBake Convection®, $2,744

Look closely and you'll see something unique about this LG gas stove: The front right burner is made of brass that reaches 18,500 BTUs which will give you prime cooking temps. This LG appliance also comes with Proactive Customer Care, so you can receive maintenance tips and usage reports to help keep your stove running at its best.

3. Samsung 5.8 cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range with True Convection, $2,499

This gas stove is equipped with Samsung's True Dual Power Burner, which features two independent heating elements with power ranging from 700 BTUs to 18,000 BTUs. It allows you to go from a rapid boil to a true simmer in no time at all. We also love the oval-shaped burner that's a better fit for oversized pots and pans. Even more impressively, this gas range comes with a reversible cast iron griddle, so you can cook up a breakfast feast or a stack of grilled cheese sandwiches in no time.

4. GE Appliances 30-inch Smart Slide-In Front-Control Double Oven Convection Range, $3,199

This appliance has a large, continuous cooking surface that's super convenient for moving pots from burner to burner. Our favorite feature might be the double oven below the range, though. And it's perfect for a romantic dinner in. With the help of the GE Appliances kitchen app, you can conveniently preheat and monitor your oven from anywhere.

5. ZLINE 36-inch Professional Range, $3,199.99

Feel like a real chef with this ZLINE gas stove that combines professional functionality with fun aesthetics. Choose a color that best fits your kitchen's vibe (you can choose between red, white, or blue and black). Additionally, the handcrafted Italian burners deliver precise cooking power, from 4,200 BTUs to 18,000 BTUs.

6. Whirlpool 5.1 cu. ft. Freestanding Gas Range, $629.99

No frills necessary. This Whirlpool gas stove does everything you need it to and comes at a price you'll appreciate. The five burners produce various amounts of BTUs — one with 5,000 BTUs, one with 8,000 BTUs, one with 9,500 BTUs, and two with 15,000 BTUs. The variety allows you to cook big feasts with ease or just boil water for mac and cheese.

7. BlueStar 36-inch Culinary Series (RCS) Open Burner Range, starting at $4,495

The six open burners on this restaurant-style BlueStar gas range will make you feel and look professional in the kitchen. Moreover, the extra large convection oven can accommodate a commercial baking sheet, meaning more cookies for everyone. As an added bonus, BlueStar is an American company; they've been handcrafting goods in Pennsylvania since 1880.

8. Bosch 800 4.8 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Convection European Element Slide-In Gas Range, $2,399.

Bosch products have long been known for their top quality, both in design and function. And this gas stove is no exception. It has five sealed burners (with a top output of 18,000 BTUs), convection capability, and a self-cleaning function. Our favorite perk though? The pizza setting.


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