Kenmore rolls out 2010 Elite line of refrigerators

The Kenmore 28-cubic-ft. Elite Trio Ice and Water Refrigerator features efficient use of space. A door-mounted ice-maker clears up room better used for storing food.

The 2010 Kenmore refrigerators feature smooth styling and a large capacity.
The 2010 Kenmore refrigerators feature smooth styling and a large capacity. Kenmore

The largest appliance in the kitchen is often the one that is most overlooked. It sits there silently humming, a behemoth standing guard over ingredients-to-be. Though the refrigerator may not be the most frenetic appliance, the kitchen would certainly not be the same without it. When it comes features, size is of utmost importance.

Thanks to a door-mounted ice-maker, the Kenmore 28-cubic-foot Elite Trio Ice and Water Refrigerator opens up more storage area inside. The French-door fridge further extends available interior space with multilevel shelving in addition to a convenient split-level design that allows space for odd-shaped items. The well-thought-out interior also features an airtight crisper drawer that helps to keep produce fresh longer amount while also providing efficient use of space. The bottom freezer compartment is similarly styled with convenience in mind; a geared rail drawer system with an 88-pound capacity tilts for easy access.

With updated styling for 2010, the Elite line of refrigerators offers good looks to go along with its convenient features. A full-color LCD display offers easy access to temperature settings via its touch-control interface, and the hidden-hinge doors complete the smooth and sleek design of the refrigerator. With a large capacity and a modern design, the standout fridge is sure to be noticed in any kitchen.

Kenmore's new refrigeration models come in three colors, including stainless steel (model 71063), black (model 71069), and white (model 71062). The Elite Trio Ice and Water refrigerator retails for $2,799 in white and black, and $3,099 in stainless steel.

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