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A stainless-steel stunner

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

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Five burners to play with

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

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This border is brushed metal

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

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The griddle pan is included

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

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Plastic knobs that feel pricey

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

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An uncluttered control panel

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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A little less oven space

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 power to boil swiftly, at least on paper

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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