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6.7 cu. ft. Double Oven Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

  • Induction elements offer quick, efficient response
  • Steam Rack adds moisture to help enhance cooking results
  • EVEN-HEAT True Convection helps keep the perfect temperature
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6.7 cu. ft. Double Oven Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
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KitchenAid 6.7 cu. ft. Double Oven Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

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This powerful induction double oven range by KitchenAid features a Steam Rack that offers the ability to add moisture to the oven, enhancing cooking results. It produces flawless cooking results with Even-Heat True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature. The ovens are a combined 6.7 cu. ft., providing an extra-large capacity and the ability to cook at separate temperatures.
  • 6.7 cu. ft. total capacity provides an extra-large combined cooking capacity for preparing multiple dishes at once and gives you the flexibility of separate temperature zones
  • 11 in. even-heat ultra element delivers consistent heat across the cooktop, including fast boils, precise simmering and exceptional melting
  • Even-Heat True Convection produces flawless results. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature
  • Hidden Bake Element. Bake element is hidden beneath the oven floor, creating a smooth, even surface that is easy to wipe clean
  • Glass touch controls offer an intuitive, easy-to-use touch screen experience
  • Self-cleaning system oven removes food buildup in the oven at the touch of a button
  • Large oven windows provide easy viewing of the oven's interior without opening the oven door and allowing heat to escape
  • Stainless steel cooktop trim provides a seamless transition to other surfaces and enhances the look of edges around stainless steel cooktops
  • SatinGlide Rack move smoothly in and out, allowing effortless loading and unloading, even with large or heavy dishes
  • Steam rack offers the ability to provide additional moisture to the inside of the oven, enhancing cooking results
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Upper Oven Features
Broiler in OvenHidden Bake Element
Lower Oven Features
Broiler in OvenGliding/Roll Out RacksHidden Bake Element


Depth With Door(s) Open 90 Degrees (In.)
Element No.1 Size (In.)
Element No.2 Size (In.)
Element No.3 Size (In.)
Element No.4 Size (In.)
Lower Oven Interior Depth (in)
Lower Oven Interior Height (in.)
Lower Oven Interior Width (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Range Size
30 in.
Upper Oven Interior Depth (in)
Upper Oven Interior Height (in.)
Upper Oven Interior Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Appliance Category
Appliance Type
Electric Range
Broiler Location
Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.)
Cleaning Type
Self Cleaning
Color of Cooktop
Stainless Steel
Color/Finish Family
Stainless Steel
Control Type
Controls Location
Back Control
Cooking Process
Cooktop Features
Standard Features Only
Cooktop Surface Type
Drawer Type
No Drawer
Element No.1 Type
Element No.1 Wattage
Element No.2 Type
Element No.2 Wattage
Element No.3 Type
Element No.3 Wattage
Element No.4 Type
Element No.4 Wattage
Fuel Type
No Additional Items Included
Lower Oven Capacity (cu. Ft.)
Lower Oven Features
Broiler in Oven,Gliding/Roll Out Racks,Hidden Bake Element
Lower Oven Rack Positions
Lower Oven Settings
Delay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath Mode
Lower Oven Wattage
Number of Elements
4 element
Number of Oven Racks
Oven Cleaning Options
Lower Self-Cleaning,Upper Self-Cleaning
Product Weight (lb.)
Range Type
Upper Oven Capacity (cu. ft.)
Upper Oven Features
Broiler in Oven,Hidden Bake Element
Upper Oven Rack Positions
Upper Oven Settings
Delay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath Mode
Upper Oven Wattage
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-year

Questions & Answers


Does the depth of the range include the handles on the front?

Asked by Bob January 23, 2021

Bob, the depth is without the handles.

Since this induction range can you use standard cookware like farberware etc or do you have To bu...

Asked by Pbryant November 27, 2020

Hello Pbryant, this Range does need Induction Cookware for the cooktop. Hopefully this information is beneficial to you. Thank you for your inquiry regarding our KitchenAid appliances!

What is the range depth with door open?

Asked by Sam November 18, 2020

Sam, with the door open at a 90 degree angle, the depth is 45".

Can this oven "proof" bread mixures?

Asked by Ken October 29, 2020

Ken, this model does not have a proof setting.

can i just do a self clean top oven?

Asked by ray October 5, 2020

Hello Ray, only one Oven can be cleaned at a time. Hopefully this information is beneficial to you. Thank you for your inquiry regarding our KitchenAid appliances!

we had this oven just installed, but it doesn't fit.

Asked by joe August 29, 2020

Hi Joe, all appliances are non-returnable unless damage or defects are reported with 48 hours. Please call our appliance hotline at 1-800-455-3869 and provide your order number.

What is the estimated average KwH as listed on the the yellow tag labeled "estimate yearly energy...

Asked by Joannie August 16, 2020

Did not see KwH sticker

Are the Induction stove tops safe to do canning on? Typically one should not can on glass tops d...

Asked by Gardner July 7, 2020

Yes we have canned on it and it works great.

I have to move electrical wiring to cut a stud in order to install a range hood. I am trying to m...

Asked by Jody June 12, 2020

Hi Jody. The grey area is 8 inches long plus 1.5 inches from the right cabinet. It would start 20.5 inches from the left wall. You may also find this information by visiting page 3 of the installation instructions.

Where is this made?

Asked by PepperInSeattle April 12, 2020

Hi Pepper. This KitchenAid® Double Oven is made in the United States.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 478 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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Finally a double oven!
(This review was collected as part of a promotion.) We can’t believe we’ve gone without a double oven this long! We love entertaining and cooking. Having the second oven is awesome when putting together a complicated menu. The induction is powerful and precise, far superior to natural gas. A lot of reviews do comment on the prolonged fan after oven use, but if that helps keep the oven in good health for a prolonged lifespan it’s really no big deal at all. It looks fantastic as a suite too. We’ve got the matching above range microwave and French door counter depth refrigerator.
by MarknKaren
just what I wanted
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Have been looking at induction ranges for a while to replace a 20 year old double oven range. Had this one recommended to me and decided to try it. So far I am definitely happy with it. The induction units work well, change temperature quickly and it seems precisely. I have had no issues with that. There is a bit of a hum to the induction units, but I am fine with that. I can tell it is working. I do have Silpat pads on the cooktop since I use a lot of cast iron. Just to make sure I don't scrape the finish. That also works great. I am absolutely happy with induction. Just is such an upgrade from the old range with the coil heating elements. The big oven I use with artisan bread baking. I usually am at 475 for temperature. It takes a bit to come up to temperature, but so did my old range. Just takes a while to get there. Have done multiple baking sessions and am well pleased so far. Have also used the small oven with cast iron frying pans as my baking pan. Again, no complaints. Third image is for two loaves of green olive and rosemary bread baked intentionally a bit dark for flavor. They turned out great. Use Lodge deep skillet cast iron to bake in. The oven fan does run a while after baking, but I do not have an issue with that. I rebuilt my kitchen after I retired (single engineer) and put in teak countertops and tile backsplash. New range was part of my upgrade. It does look good. Also have a KitchenAid fridge as shown in the first image. I bought that from one of my sons when he did a major kitchen upgrade. Happy with that also.
by fjellvegfarm
Just as responsive as gas!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've only used the cooktop and the small top oven. I LOVE them! I don't have to heat up the whole big oven to cook for just 2 saving on electricity (I'm a conservationist when I can). The cooktop is so responsive and the Boost feature hurries cooking along when needed. It's a breeze to wipe off. I will enjoy this for many many years.
by Southern Ohio Evelyn
Perfect Range but for one glaring issue
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Had this range a month now. I love love love the Induction. Did I mention I love the induction. The convection is nice for baking, I have not used the steam baking, and don't really at this time plan on it. The part I really really truly HATE is the glass top has the dots all over it. The are supposed to mark the minimum and maximum size of the pans. They look like DIRT. I want my cooktop spotless. This one always looks dirty. I ordered sight unseen as no stores near me stocked it. At the time, I wondered why there are ZERO pictures of the top. Now I know. I think KitchenAid knows they blew it with the top, and did not want to show it.
by GinnyAnne
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The induction cooktop is ideal. It has the responsiveness of gas without the mess and the odor. The top oven is all I need for most cooking for two people. The bottom oven is there when I need more room. I really like that each has its own controls. There are more features that I haven’t explored yet like steam bake and slow cook. I am very happy.
by Judy9110
Nice Design, responsive cooktop elements
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I purchased this for a new house that is under construction. I was so excited to use it, I installed it in my temporary apartment and am using it while the house is still being built. The cooktop induction burners are very responsive, not like a regular electric cooktop (either with coil burners or smooth top). When you turn them up, they heat up the pan or pot very fast. When they are turned down, the heat in the pan decreases just as fast. Having two ovens is very helpful when cooking multiple items at different temperatures, and the convection feature on the larger oven is a plus. Also, the smaller oven heats up fast, and is the one we use most of the time. A reminder that you do need the proper type of cookware for use on the cooktop. They must have a magnetic bottom in order for the induction technology to work. BUT, you don't need to get rid of your old pots and pans. You can purchase a magnetic steel plate that rests on the induction burner and heats up like a traditional electric burner. It allowed me to use a very large pot I don't use very often, so I didn't want to replace it with a magnetic base one of the same size. What should be improved: 1. The very brief "single beep" that goes off when the timer ends. We set the timer to ensure to take the food out of the oven when it's supposed to be ready. But if you aren't close by to hear the single beep, you won't know the time is up. 2. The amount of time a fan runs after the oven is turned off. I guess it's cooling down the oven, so it runs for 30 or more minutes! I shorten the time a bit by opening the oven door so it cools down faster.
by Chuck M
Range cooks fast
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I brought this range instead of a counter air fryer oven. It cooks fast and the induction top cooks evenly and fast. Handles do not get hot on pots and pans. Great range.
by SueDonna
Wonderful appliances
(This review was collected as part of a promotion.) Love my new range, still figuring things out but love the ease of use and look of it
by MaryAW
Kitchen Aid induction stove
(This review was collected as part of a promotion.) Bought last month. Very happy from kitchen aid induction.
This thing is awesome so far. At this point I've had it for a month so can't comment on longevity...
This thing is awesome so far. At this point I've had it for a month so can't comment on longevity but so far so good. Inducing top is fantastic. I'll never go back to anything else. So much faster than electric and responds faster as well. When you turn down the heat it actually turns down the heat instantly. One thing is that the cooling fan for the oven runs for a long time. I read that in other reviews too. But who cares. Double ovens are great. I can burn twice as much now!
by Chester
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