If you're willing to work with the tedious upper rack, sleek design and solid performance make the FGID2466QF a fine budget-friendly dishwasher.
Good cleaning, lots of features and a plentiful mix of cycles add up to make the LG LDF5545ST more than worth its $700, mid-range price.
You can throw anything you want at the $800 Bosch SHS63VL5UC as long as you can find a place where it fits. If you're willing to adapt to a tedious rack setup, it'll reward you with cleaning performance that far outclasses its pay grade.
Debuting at CES 2016, the company's new connected dishwasher works with Amazon Dash and can be controlled based on Nest's settings.
Part of the launch of a new premium brand of appliances from LG, the Signature Dishwasher touts sleek looks and a very quiet sound rating.
The PowerDisk, which automatically dispenses detergent during wash cycles, is more efficient and effective at cleaning, the company says.
Bosch unleashes dishwashers supposedly capable of the PerfectDry here at IFA in Berlin.
At IFA, Electrolux is showing off the ComfortLift dishwasher that raises the bottom rack for easier unloading.
Electrolux claims this dishwasher has a better way to get wet dishes bone dry.
If you scrape your dishes and like them dry when the cycle ends, the GDF520PGJWW offers a fine way to save money on a dishwasher that will get the job done.
First announced in August, LG's ultra-high end dishwasher is now ready for your kitchen.
With two wheels of jets, the latest models from Electrolux and Frigidaire will aim every which way to get your dishes clean.
Point the water jets where you need them in Sharp's newest black glass dishwasher.
It's not the best at anything, but the $900 Electrolux EI24ID30QS is pretty good at everything. It won't wow you, but If you scrape the bulky stuff off of your plates, this dishwasher will easily handle the rest, making it a fine upper midrange option.
Frigidaire's $850 FGID2476SF is a competent midrange model, but it doesn't have enough features or cleaning power to stand out from the crowd.
New dishwashers from the brand's least expensive line look good, and keep the noise to a minimum.
If you're willing to rinse your dishes, the FPID2497RF is a fine machine, but it needs to be more than that to be worth the premium $1,100 price.
What Whirlpool's mid-priced smart dishwasher lacks in high-end features, it seems to make up for in useful connectedness.