The 7 Best Induction Ranges

For efficient, smart cooking, have at these induction ranges

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Our Top Picks
"With front knobs and virtual flame technology, this appliance looks stylish while also providing thoughtful amenities."
"This induction range is impressive, as it comes with a hidden bake element, built-in air fryer, and stylish, smudge-free finish."
"You can save time and energy since this range heats quickly, and has both convection and standard cooking."
"The back right burner can be boosted to provide extra heat and power, whenever you're in a rush or need to sear a piece of meat."
"If you have a larger pot or skillet you like to use, the cooktop can sync two elements to create a larger one that heats evenly."
"You can control this model's large-capacity oven from another room in your home using the ThinQ app on your phone."
"Features like a spacious double oven, edge-to-edge cooktop, and touchable controls can't be beat and take away kitchen stress."

Whether you're a gourmet cook or diving into recipes online for the first time, an induction range can be your best friend. Its electromagnetic technology prevents burned-on spills, making this appliance easier to clean and less stressful to cook on. When you're moving ingredients around quickly—in hopes of perfectly timing your sides to the main part of your meal—an induction range will heat cookware that pairs with its built-in magnets in an efficient and precise fashion.

Cooktop elements aside, this type of range can also come with a self-cleaning or double oven, too. Some ranges are equipped with smart technology, while others prioritize space and a slide-in build that looks high-end once installed.

Below, the best induction ranges for any cook or home.

Best Overall: Samsung NE58K9560WS 5.8 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range with Virtual Flame Technology

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What We Like
  • Virtual flame technology

  • Spacious oven cavity

  • Can be controlled remotely

What We Don't Like
  • Only four burners

  • Glass top is pretty fragile

This Samsung induction range is our top choice, and a slide-in range that'll offer you a high-end look and all the perks of an induction cooktop. The model looks a little similar to a gas range, with knobs along the front edge to control each of the elements. When paired with the slide-in design, these knobs appear gourmet and expensive. The high-end amenities continue with the cooktop's features.

Now, the Samsung range only features four burners, and omits the fifth warming burner. However, this cooktop features virtual flames that emanate blue when a burner is in use. This can be a valuable indicator that the cooktop is on–since a standard induction cooktop typically has no visible signs when it is active.

Centered in between the knobs is a digital control panel for the oven. The 5.8 cubic feet available in the oven is plenty of room to cook a variety of dishes. It also features convection cooking technology, rounding out the suite of options ready for your use in this smart-looking, slide-in range.

Best Budget: FRIGIDAIRE GALLERY FGIH3047VF 30 in. 5.4 cu. ft. Front Control Induction Range with Air Fry

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What We Like
  • Hidden bake element

  • Built-in air fryer

  • Convection oven

What We Don't Like
  • No temperature probe

  • Doesn't come with broiler or air fry pan

Frigidaire delivers an impressive induction range at an affordable price with this 30-inch wide appliance, making it our best budget pick. The cooktop features four elements to help you cook a variety of meals, while 5.4 cubic feet of oven space gives you plenty of room to bake multiple dishes at once. Once you've completed your dishes, a 30-minute steam clean cycle will rid your oven cavity of light messes.

Notably, this Frigidaire induction range is a great value for home cooks that want to experience the speed of induction cooking, and also desire an appliance with convection capabilities. You gain both useful features at a price that's hard to beat for a range with this power. The induction cooktop will boil water quickly, while a built-in air fryer will cook wings to perfection. When it comes to the convection oven, you can enjoy a quick preheat option and hidden bake element, which reduces hard-to-clean oven messes. Another convenient feature is the Auto Sizing Pan Detection that adjusts the amount of heat based on the size of the pan.

Is style a priority to you, too? This range is part of Frigidaire’s Gallery series that gives it a streamlined appearance and a smudge-free, stainless steel exterior, all at a decent price tag.

Best Double Oven: KitchenAid KFID500ESS Double Oven Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven

KitchenAid 30 in. 6.7 cu. ft. Double Oven Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
What We Like
  • Heats very quickly

  • Hidden bake element

  • Self-cleaning

What We Don't Like
  • On the expensive side

  • No temperature probes

A generous-sized oven can be crucial in households who entertain often, or like to cook meals ahead of time for the week. This KitchenAid induction range has two ovens totaling 6.7 cubic feet to ensure you never run out of space when you are prepping delicious meals. The lower oven features convection cooking, and is paired with a standard upper oven.

Many home chefs who seek out an induction range for its fast, efficient cooking times will be pleased with this model, as it's no stranger to putting dishes on the table quickly. Adding a double oven alone gives you more flexibility, but the fact that each oven can be set at an individual temperature makes baking a breeze. Whatever temperature you need the oven or cooktop to be at, this range will be sure to reach it no time. Ultimately, this model helps you save time and effort in the pursuit of good food.

Best Slide-In: Bosch HII8056U 800 Series 30 in. 4.6 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range

The Bosch HII8056U 800 Series 30 in. 4.6 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range has a self-cleaning convection oven.
What We Like
  • Self-cleaning

  • Warming drawer

  • Hidden bake element

What We Don't Like
  • Not as spacious as other models

  • Can be noisy

When it comes to slide-in induction ranges, this Bosch model has everything you need and a bit more. It features a 30-inch build that'll easy fit in your kitchen, and four elements with power levels ranging from 1,400 to 2,600 Watts. Whether you need to heat up an induction-compatible skillet quickly to sear a steak, or are in a rush to boil some water, the back right element can be boosted to 3,700 Watts to provide that heat quickly and efficiently.

On another note, the convection oven is self-cleaning and includes three racks to organize and bake your dishes however you like. Below the oven, you'll notice a warming drawer, and the cavity preheats fairly quickly which also makes cooking much easier. Now, it's important to note that this oven isn't the most spacious on the market, and the whole unit can operate quite loudly. However, the perk of the extra noise is that you'll never forget to turn it off. In addition, some extra noise is pretty standard amongst induction ranges and cooktops, which need to circulate more air to prevent overheating.

Best Large Capacity: KitchenAid KSIB900ESS Slide-In Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven

KitchenAid 7.1 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range Double Oven with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
What We Like
  • Burner syncing

  • Very spacious oven cavity

  • Self-cleaning

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

  • Takes a long time to preheat

If cooking for a crowd is the norm for you, then this KitchenAid slide-in induction range will certainly suit your needs. With 7.1 cubic feet of oven space, it's made to feed many—or easily make a week’s worth of meals. Its price tag lands in the mid-to-upper range of induction ranges, meaning you’ll pay slightly more for this model than others with less space. But, if you know you'll use the extra space, it is definitely worth the splurge.

The induction cooktop features four cooking elements for simmering, sautéing, and boiling. You can create a larger heating element by connecting two, 7-inch elements. If you have an induction-compatible pot or skillet that's on the larger side, this super-sized element will surely deliver consistent, even heat to make your dishes sizzle. This is a unique feature that is not seen frequently, and sets this induction range apart from others.

Moving down to the oven, you’ll notice the cavity is plenty big enough to roast a turkey, bake cakes, or cook up a casserole. Running out of space is something that really won't cross your mind. All in all, choose this KitchenAid range for both reliability and roominess.

Best Smart: LG STUDIO LSIS3018SS 6.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range with EasyClean

The LG STUDIO LSIS3018SS 6.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Induction Range with EasyClean has a warming drawer and smart capabilities.
What We Like
  • Spacious oven cavity

  • Can be controlled remotely

  • Self-cleaning

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

  • No temperature probe

For an appliance so good you can almost taste it, invest in an induction range equipped with smart features, such as this model from LG STUDIO. It has the best of both worlds: style and functionality. With a large, 6.3-cubic-foot capacity oven and cooktop with five elements, it makes cooking a breeze. It has a glass, smooth surface and a stainless steel exterior to make your kitchen look modern. Most notably, it's able to connect to your home's WiFi and be controlled through virtual assistants from Amazon, Google, or LG.

To make use of this remote functionality, simply download the ThinQ app to your phone. The app will notify you when your tasty pie, lasagna, or homemade mac and cheese is done baking. It'll also diagnose any issues your appliance may be facing, and give you advice on how to quickly solve them. This piece is certainly in the business of making your life easier, right down to providing multiple oven-cleaning cycles for you to choose from. There's the 10-minute long EasyClean— which requires you to spray the interior with water, press a button, and then wipe down any removed grime afterwards—and a traditional self-clean cycle for deep, spring cleans.

The price tag on this appliance is certainly up there, especially for only having a single oven. However, whether you're hosting a dinner party or making a snack, extra settings like delay bake, delay start, and speed cook will make it worth the investment.

Best High-End: Cafe CHS950P2MS1 6.7 cu. ft. Smart Slide-In Double Oven Induction Range

The Cafe 6.7 cu. ft. Smart Slide-In Double Oven Induction Range has a self-cleaning feature and specialty lower oven settings.
What We Like
  • Smart home compatible

  • Self-cleaning

  • Delay bake setting

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

  • No bottom storage drawer

For a high-end induction range, look to this Cafe model that's both smart home compatible and stylish. It'll be your new best friend in the kitchen, given its long list of amenities including a double oven and edge-to-edge stovetop. A gourmet chef will love how this model includes touchable controls, delay bake and delay start functions, and elements that can be synchronized to accommodate a large piece of cookware or griddle. A cooking novice won't mind spending extra cash on this appliance, since it's self-cleaning and heats quickly and thoroughly.

Now, it doesn't have a bottom storage drawer, but its 6.7-cubic-foot build is more than enough to hold a range of side dishes. Those who entertain around holidays or simply love to experiment in the kitchen will find this space to be both needed, as well as a useful solution to the demands of their lifestyle. Not to mention, they will enjoy being able to check or reset the oven timer from another space in their home. During the holidays, this is super convenient as many cooks also want to enjoy spending time with family and friends.

This particular appliance measures at 30 inches in size, which is pretty standard. However, if you're working with different dimensions, Cafe Appliances will pay up to $300 toward modifications so you can have this piece in your home.

Final Verdict

For an induction range that's functional, stylish, and packed with amenities, look no further than the Samsung NE58K9560WS (view at Home Depot). This appliance is designed with virtual flame technology, so you always know when an element is active, and an oven that has a generous amount of space. If you're hoping to spend less, shop for the FRIGIDAIRE GALLERY FGIH3047VF (view at Lowe's). It has a slightly smaller oven, but comes with a built-in air fryer and hidden bake element.

Why Trust The Spruce?

This article was edited and updated by Marisa Casciano, who is our large appliance expert for The Spruce. Throughout her career, she's researched the ins and outs of air purifiers, dishwashers, cooktops, and more in the home and lifestyle space. She's an avid cook, who has experience with gas, electric, and smooth-top stoves.

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