Summary: Have had this range for 4 years. The range is not perfect, but for the price, quality and the amount of rigor we have put this through the last 4 years, it has been very good. First of all it is an attractive range. While not super high end looking as in the Viking, Wolf, etc range, it a very good looking range and upgrades the look of most re-modeled kitchens. The 5 burners are handy, but with the 30 inch size, you can't use oversized pots.
Summary: We will find out as soon as it is repaired.It was delivered and left in our living room. I managed to get it in the kitchen and hook it up.The big burner does not light.The front legs are missing as well as one of the leg brackets. The fan for the convection is damaged and bent. So when everything is fixed and we have a chance to use it I'll write a proper review. Sure was a chore getting it from the living room to the kitchen all 267 pounds.
Summary: We have this stove for several months now. Purchased it based on Consumer Reports review and prior experience with Electrolux's OUTSTANDING commitment to customer service. We do NOT do a lot of cooking, so this stove is overkill for our needs....but it looks pretty. LIKES: Lot's of great features and great looks with the wave touch control panel that looks like it came out of a Star Trek episode.
Summary: We were looking for a gas range with warming oven on the bottom, which substantially limited our choices. We're generally happy with this one after 6 months. The construction is solid, and easy to keep clean. There are a few design problems to be aware of: The range top grating is so widely spaced that small sauce pans can easily tip, if not positioned carefully. The lower oven is so tiny, it's very nearly useless.