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The Kenmore Elite 95073 has an MSRP of $1,700, which makes this model one of the least expensive induction ranges on the market.

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The Kenmore 95073's oven has a 6.1-cubic-foot capacity, which is spacious enough for roasting chicken or baking multiple racks of food.

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The Kenmore 95073 range comes with a warming drawer.

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Kenmore is a Sears brand that modifies basic appliance templates from other manufacturers.

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The Kenmore 95073's induction cooktop marks burners with Xs instead of circles.

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The Kenmore 95073 doesn't have a lot of cooking modes, but the oven does convection roasting well.

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There's a small digital display above each burner knob that shows indicators when a burner is still warm.

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The Kenmore 95073 has stainless steel finishes.

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