This $1,400 Food Showcase refrigerator features a door-in-a-door, which means you can open the fridge's front panel to expose in-door shelves without the need to open the entire door.
You can find the Samsung RH25H5611SR for as little as $1,400, which makes it one of the least expensive fridges with the door-in-a-door.
When we tested this $1,000 refrigerator, it had the best performance of any refrigerator that had come through the CNET appliances test lab.
The freezer on the Whirlpool WRB322DMBB is located below the refrigerator.
Induction ranges like the $1,300 Kenmore 95073 use electromagnetism to cook food.
Usually, stoves with an induction cooktop can surpass $2,000. This $1,300 Kenmore is a less expensive option that still has all the safety and efficiency benefits of induction cooking.
The $2,340 KitchenAid KSGB900ESS is a slide-in gas range with lots of features.
The stove comes with an insert that holds water so there will be steam in the oven while you bake.
The $2,065 Electrolux EI30EF45QS is an electric, slide-in range.
This stove offers a great performance -- it cooked foods quickly and evenly during our testing.
This $800 dishwasher from GE Appliances has a great mix of features that rivals that of appliances that cost hundreds of dollars more
This dishwasher comes with a steam prewash feature that loosens food bits on your dishes before the actual wash.
This $800 Bosch dishwasher has the best cleaning rating of any machine we've tested, including models that cost more than $1,000.
During testing, the dishwasher also displayed a great drying performance that limited water spots.