If you value performance over gimmicks, then this unassuming icebox is the fridge for you.
The $1,500 LG LSXS26326S rises above the other side-by-side refrigerators we've tested both in terms of performance and usable space, but it's not a clear winner when compared with less expensive fridges of other types.
Samsung's Family Hub is a very expensive fridge, but it's also a very good one. You don't need to spend this much to have a nice fridge in your kitchen, but it's still a justifiable splurge if your budget is big enough.
This is a decent fridge and a solid, no-frills upgrade pick for modern kitchens.
If you're in the market for a bigger fridge, you can save some cash by skipping a trendy French door model and going with this king-sized top freezer, instead.
This is a very well-rounded high-end fridge that you can get at a mid-range price. If stainless steel is a must, upgrade to the 72483 (or to the LG model it's based on). Otherwise, the 72482 offers the best value in its class.
We like it more for its performance than for its novelty factor, but if adding door-in-a-door functionality to your kitchen is a must, this well-rounded version of Samsung's Food Showcase refrigerator makes the most sense.
This is a very good refrigerator, and worthy of a splurge if you're looking for a modern-looking upgrade.
This is a very basic fridge, but it keeps food cold reliably well and looks good doing it. If you're in the market for something simple yet stylish, it deserves a close look.
The cheapest Family Hub fridge is surprisingly affordable and comes with enough smart features to merit consideration.
With an average sale price well below $3,000, this likable, luxurious fridge is a legitimate bargain.
After getting a hefty price cut in year 2, Samsung's four-door Food Showcase refrigerator is a great-looking, high-end bargain.
If you're in the market for a high-end French Door with room enough for party planning, the LG LMXS30776S offers plenty of easily usable space to work with and cools it all to a set temp proficiently.
This isn't the most exciting fridge you can buy, but the top-notch performance makes it an excellent choice if you're in the market for a side-by-side.
If you're looking for a worthy kitchen upgrade (or perhaps a splurge), this versatile fridge fits the bill.
If you can look past its less than optimal freezer design, the GE Artistry refrigerator's combination of attractive retro styling and accurate temperature performance makes it a steal at under $1,200.
Poor performance and a lack of unique, compelling features left me lukewarm on this Door-in-Door smart fridge.
The Grab-N-Go door is an unhelpful gimmick that spoils this refrigerator's potential. Grab something else.