Summary: Do not buy a Kitchen Aid electric range. I purchased an electric range 7 years ago and after gentle use learned that the control board and a sealed burner went bad and that it would cost $700 to repair.
Excerpt: Range operation is excellent and operates exactly as promised. The unit is versatile and powerful in its options and capabilities. I'm very pleased and consider it to be a valuable additional to my cook's arsenal. The controls, though, are complicated and somewhat difficult to use.
Excerpt: The range is aesthetically pleasing & fits in well with our "traditional" home. Our microwave is above the stove & I do find myself accidently bumping into buttons on the stove when I use it but if you turn on the control lock its not really a big deal.
Excerpt: Recently purchased this dual fuel range and love all the great features. I do a lot of baking and the convection option is a real plus. Also really appreciate the sealed burners, as they are easy to clean. I haven't had the range long, but so far it is a great choice.
Excerpt: I was happy with this oven until it broke down after owning it for a little over one year. The blower that cools the oven was never installed correctly and it was not working according to the repairman. It cost me over $300. To get the stove fixed after it broke down during a cleaning cycle.