Best Gas Ranges of 2021

Top-scoring single- and double-oven models from CR’s tests

CR's experts testing one of the best gas ranges in a lab
CR's test engineers determine how well a range can simmer by measuring hundreds of temperatures over time.
Photo: Brian Finke

You may think most gas ranges do a decent job of heating and baking. But in Consumer Reports’ tests, some models struggle just to hold a steady simmer or brown a sheet of cookies. In fact, there’s a staggering 48-point difference in the Overall Score of the best and worst gas ranges in our tests. 

Below, we highlight the very best single- and double-oven gas ranges we test. Each year, CR’s expert testers bake hundreds of cakes and cookies, and take thousands of precise temperature measurements to see how well every range that passes through our lab heats, bakes, and broils.

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"For gas ranges, we see some of the biggest differences in baking and broiling results," says Tara Casaregola, CR's test engineer in charge of ranges.

But we don’t stop at performance tests. We also survey members on whether their gas ranges have experienced a break or a problem to calculate the predicted reliability for different range brands.

For more on ranges of all types, see our range buying guide. Consumer Reports members can read on for six of the best gas ranges from our tests. Members can also jump right to our gas range ratings to compare different models. Not a member? Join here to get Consumer Reports’ unbiased test results for thousands of home appliances and other products. 

Best Single-Oven Gas Ranges

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Cooktop high
Baking
Broiling
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Best Double-Oven Gas Ranges

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