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A stainless-steel stunner

Five burners to play with

This border is brushed metal

The griddle pan is included

Plastic knobs that feel pricey

An uncluttered control panel

A little less oven space

The power to boil swiftly, at least on paper

A stainless-steel body and glossy black accents give the the LG LRG3085ST gas range a premium look.

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The LG LRG3085ST's cooktop offers five gas burners, including a center one that's oval-shaped.

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A brushed-metal border surrounds the black back-mounted touch panel.

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The LG LRG3085ST comes with both an oval center burner and a paired cast-iron griddle pan.

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Despite being made from plastic, the front-mounted burner knobs definitely have a premium feel.

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Unlike other ovens with cryptic symbols and confusing controls, the LG LRG3085ST has a touch panel that's uncluttered and in plain text.

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Instead of the 5.8-cubic-foot capacity that many ovens now provide, the LG LRG3085ST's main cavity tops out at 5.4 cubic feet.

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The LG LRG3085ST's most powerful gas burner is rated at 17,000 BTU. Unfortunately it didn't boil water as quickly as other ranges we're tested.

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