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The Best 24-Inch Gas Ranges (Reviews/Ratings)

Steve Sheinkopf  |  January 08, 2016  |  7 Min. Read

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30 years ago when I started at Yale, you would be hard pressed to find a decent looking smaller range. They were nonexistent. Today, however, there are plenty of choices.

Appliances follow cabinet sizes. For example, dishwashers are either manufactured to fit a 24" or 18" cabinet. In refrigerators, it is 30", 33" and 36" widths as the most popular.

For ranges, it is 20", 24", 36" and 48" with 30" width being the the most popular size by far. The 36", 48" and 60” ranges are mostly the glamour professional ranges like Wolf, Thermador or high fashion imports like Smeg or Bertazzoni.

In this article, we will look at the 24" range, the products and compare at the end.

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The 24 Inch Range

A 24 inch range is a common occurrence in Boston and other cities with smaller kitchen spaces. In fact, the Wall Street Journal wrote that developers are shrinking the kitchen for more living room and bedroom square footage, so this size will only increase in popularity.

Most companies 10 years ago did not see the volume in a 24" range and did not invest in factories or tooling to produce a better product. Thus, the 24" basic, white range were manufactured by two or three companies like Premier and Hotpoint.

However, a nicer looking range already Europe. Also, Viking who was smart to see the potential and look again. Although Viking did just discontinue their 24” stove, there are other options.

It's a multi-national segment; AGA is British, Fisher & Paykel is from New Zealand, Bertazzoni and Smeg are from Italy and only Premier and Summit are from the U.S.

The Best 24" Gas Ranges

Avanti DG2450SS - $709

Avanti DG2450SS 24" range


  • 4 Sealed Burners
  • Automatic Electronic Ignition
  • Waist High Broiler
  • 0-500 Degrees F
  • Adjustable Bake Temperature
  • 2 Oven Racks
  • Roll-Out Bottom Storage Drawer

Blomberg BGR24100SS - $899

Blomberg BGR24100SS  24" range


  • 2.3 cu. ft. Oven Capacity
  • 4 Sealed Burners
  • Cast Iron Grates
  • Electronic Ignition
  • Interior Oven Light
  • Chrome Plated Racks

Summit TNM63027BFKWY - $980

Summit TNM63027BFKWY 24" range


  • 2.9 cu ft. Oven Capacity
  • 4 Sealed Burners
  • Manual Clean
  • Stainless steel toe plate
  • Electronic Ignition and Clock
  • Stainless Steel

Premier P24S310BP - $1,179

Premier P24S310BP 24 inch range


  • 2.97 cu. ft.
  • Exclusive Lifetime Warranty on all top burners
  • ADA Compliant
  • 4 Variable Sealed Burners
  • Roll-out, drop door broiler with 2-piece porcelain pan & tray
  • Fully insulated oven includes 2 heavy-duty oven racks with 4 adjustable positions
  • Baffled oven burners distribute heat evenly throughout the oven
  • Easily converts from natural gas to L.P. gas without the need to purchase a conversion kit

Fisher & Paykel OR24SDMBGX2 $1,899

Fisher & Paykel OR24SDMBGX2 24 inch range


  • 1.9 cu. ft. Convection Oven
  • 4 Sealed Burners
  • Wok Burner, Flame Failure Protection
  • Liquid Propane Compatible
  • Storage Drawer

Bertazzoni PRO244GASX - $2,099

Bertazzoni PRO244GASX 24 inch range


  • 4 Sealed Aluminum Burners
  • 2.4 cu. ft. Convection Oven
  • Manual Clean
  • Storage Compartment
  • 4" Backguard
  • Natural Gas

Smeg C24GGXU - $2,299

Smeg C24GGXU 24 inch range


  • 4 Sealed Burners
  • 2.8 cu. ft. Convection Oven
  • Ever-Clean Enamelled Oven Interior
  • Electronic Ignition

AGA ACMP Series (Dual Fuel) - $5,699

AGA ACMP Series (Dual Fuel) 24 inch range


  • Cast-iron doors
  • 4 Burners
  • 2 Ovens
  • Dual Fuel
  • Electric grill
  • Convection oven
  • Special oven linings
  • 11 Colors 

Note: We currently do not have AGA on display in our showrooms.

How to Buy

It really depends.

The AGA is a beautiful handmade cast iron range with natural convection at almost $6,000. It also comes in 11 different colors.

You should look at Bertazzoni, because it is incredibly stylish and also available in colors. It is much more reliable than the Smeg. Fisher & Paykel is roughly comparable in quality to the Bertazzoni.

You should also consider Blomberg. If you are not familiar with the brand, it is Turkish. However, they are the producers of Thermador, Gaggenau and Bosch integrated refrigeration. They are capable manufacturers, and the products seem to work (we service our appliances, so it is a big consideration for us).

Premier is decent, but should be restyled. Seriously, this range has looked the same for 30 years.

Avanti and Summit look pretty good but I would be concerned about the reliability.

Final Thoughts

As you are reading this, we are planning four new displays of smaller kitchens to be ahead of this new wave of development in Boston.

The above ranges should be considered, but there are other, better looking styles like placing 24" cooktops over 24" wall ovens.

Either way, you now have plenty of options.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in June, 2012 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.


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In fact, we sell fewer brands than most appliance stores. Here is why:

We feel it is our responsibility to repair your appliances after you buy them.

We now have 30 service technicians, each averaging 8-10 calls a day Monday through Friday, plus another 110 on Saturday. That's over 30,000 service calls logged in one year.

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Hopefully, the bloggers and organizations who write such glowing product reviews for every brand consider servicing these products first. Only then they will understand the consequences of their marketing.

Steve Sheinkopf

My goal has always been simple: I want Yale to be the best retail experience anywhere. I have tried to create a compelling environment for customers and employees alike.

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