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Originally, American dishwashers were noisy and had plastic tubs but had plenty of features. Then, in the 90s, European dishwashers like Asko, Bosch and Miele imported into the United States virtually noise free dishwashers with stainless steel tubs, but were expensive and with few features.
Now, some American dishwashers are quiet and can have stainless steel tubs. The Europeans can have features and are more aggressively priced. The main differences are: American dishwashers have a heated dry cycle and a grinder at the bottom for leftover food while European dishwashers have a filter but tend to be quieter, more efficient and heat the water hotter.
Let's look at the best of both:
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