Maytag's MHW8200FC has an impressive lineup of specialty settings, but its average cleaning performance puts it overall value in question.
GE's GTW750CSLWS washer is a good choice *if* you think you'll take advantage of its self-dispensing soap reservoir, faucet and Wi-Fi smarts.
If you can get past its complicated controls, the GE GFWS2600FWW is a fine front-load washing machine.
Whirlpool's Smart All-in-One Care Washer and Dryer Combo tackles washing and drying in a single unit.
GE's GFWS1700HWW is a well-rounded washer and a reasonable upgrade over the most basic of models, but it doesn't excel in any category.
The GE GFWR4805FMC is a very good choice if you prioritize stain removal, but LG's WM5000HVA looks nicer, is easier to use and offers more options for roughly the same price.
The Whirlpool WFW87HEDW is a well-rounded washer that doesn't quite match the cleaning power of Electrolux's similarly priced EFLS617S.
Whirlpool's seems to have a winner in its smart appliance app.
Looking to improve your laundry routine? Whirlpool's new large capacity washer aims to make cleaning clothes much less of a chore.
GE's GTW860SPJMC definitely has curb appeal, but other high-end models offer a better overall value.
This front-load washer has a hidden compartment just for detergent pods.
The Maytag MVWB955FC is worth considering, particularly if you have a large family.
Due to its low performance score, the Elite 31433 is difficult to recommend.
Kenmore's 25132 washing machine is a stellar budget stain remover, but take care with delicate items.
Samsung's new QuickDrive washing machine claims to clean just as well -- in half the time.
Kenmore's 27132 doesn't distinguish itself in any significant way. Consider other top-loaders before you buy this model.
Avoid the Kenmore 22352 if you're looking for advanced tech, but this straightforward top-loader does just fine where it matters most -- performance.