The LG LSE4613BD is a good choice if you're not looking for a lot of bells and whistles in your next range but still want a solid cooker.
This is a great oven with a high price. Wait for a sale, or consider a less expensive induction range.
The LG LSG4513BD is a good option if you want to treat yourself to a luxe gas stove.
The $1,600 LG LRG4115ST is similar to the other ranges in the manufacturer's ProBake line -- the range doesn't live up to LG's hype or price tag.
This LG range handles basic cooking tasks with ease, which makes it a strong contender for a place in your kitchen. Just don't rely on all of its speedy, specialized cooking modes to make you a better home cook.
Skip the LG LDG4315ST and its ineffective upgrades. Consider a simple gas model like the Kenmore 74343 or KitchenAid KGRS306BSS.
The Korean appliance company announced the addition of ProBake Convection, a feature that LG says will improve multirack baking and speed up preheating.
Slow cooking and a lack of interesting extras make the LG LRG3085ST less compelling than similar gas ranges from Samsung and KitchenAid.
LG's LSRG309ST leads in terms of accoutrements like extra racks, a broiler pan and a cast iron griddle, but you can find cheaper ranges with comparable -- or better -- looks, cooking modes and performance results.
$800 is a lot to pay for a non-convection oven. There's better value to be found if you shop around.
While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.