Best Dishwashers 2017 Followed By Specs & Comparisons By Brand
Scrubber cycles, third drawers or even hard food filters, the efforts of the dishwasher industry are endless when it comes to finding ways to rid you of these hard-to-beat messes. Compare the latest dishwasher models here.
The current best dishwasher 2017 is the Maytag MDB8959SFZ and the 2nd-best model is the Whirlpool WDF560SAFM. Here is the full top 10 list, followed by special categories and, finally, a complete list of dishwasher brands and models.
Best Dishwashers For Specific Categories
List of all dishwasher brands and their latest models 2017:
Our illustration shows the GE GDT650SSFSS. The steam-prewash-equipped GE GDT650SSFSS dishwasher bets on its Cyclone Jet option for taking on tough-soiled dishes, but it gets enlisted in a rather-ordinary-specked platoon, carrying a 48-dBA noise value, a 3-piece place-anywhere silverware basket, and a hard food disposer.
- Compare GE dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Bosch SHP68TL5UC. Its 44-dBA noise rating might not make it the quietest in the Bosch dishwasher lineup, and the 3rd-rack-equipped Bosch SHP68TL5UC dishwasher also comes with a couple of quite-familiar specs, such as the Rackmatic upper rack and a 30-minute Express cycle.
- Compare all Bosch dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Frigidaire DGCD2444SA. Flashing a rather-uncommonly-seen top-rack-only wash cycle, the 14-place-setting Frigidaire DGCD2444SA dishwasher opts to get enlisted to an entry-level platoon, backpacking a 34-minute Quick cycle and a 54-dBa sound value.
- Compare Frigidaire dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Whirlpool WDF560SAFM. Its 12 place settings and 50-dBA sound rating are fairly-commonplace, especially among entry-level models, and its Heavy wash program lags behind with its 203-minute completion time, but the Whirlpool WDF560SAFM, at least, gets to show off a load-sensing feature, which is not commonly offered by a lot of low-tier dishwashers.
- Compare Whirlpool dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Miele G 6505 SCi AM. The Miele G 6505 SCi AM dishwasher maintains a high-end wardrobe, which consists of a hot water connection, a 40-dBA-valued Extra Quiet cycle, a door that automatically opens after the cycle has finished, and ten preset programs, which include a Maintenance cycle for clearing the tub.
- Compare Miele dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the KitchenAid KDTM804ESS. The 44-dBA-valued KitchenAid KDTM804ESS dishwasher will most likely turn some heads with its rarely-seen windowed design while striking a top-tier pose with its 9-in-1 Dynamic wash arm, a 40-spray-jey ProScrub feature, and a self-cleaning filter.
- Compare KitchenAid dishwashers.
Our picture shows the LG LDF5545ST. The LG LDF5545ST dishwasher bring something fairly-new to the table by being able to take in new wash programs via the NFC Tag-On smartphone app, and it busies itself with 15 dish settings, four multi-motion spray arms, a varied-wash-setting for the top and bottom racks, and a 48-dBA sound rating.
- Compare all LG dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Fisher and Paykel DD24DCHTX9. Able to wash two different loads at once, the Fisher and Paykel DD24DCHTX9 two-drawer dishwasher climbs on to a somewhat-high-end shelf space with its on-screen error/diagnostic indicator, two cutlery baskets, and a 33-minute quick-wash cycle.
- Compare all Fisher and Paykel dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Samsung DW80K7050US. The 15-place-setting Samsung DW80K7050US dishwasher scores style points with its Black Stainless Steel variant (DW80K7050UG) while putting on a middle-tier attire with its 44-dBA rating, a 3rd rack, and an AutoRelease door.
- Compare Samsung dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Danby DDW1802EBLS. The Danby DDW1802EBLS dishwasher waves around its seven wash cycles to draw some applause, but it soon takes a seat among other basic 18-inchers, bearing already-seen specs, such as eight place settings, a three-stage filter, and a basket for holding silverware.
- Compare all Danby dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Electrolux EI24CD35RS. The load-sensor-equipped Electrolux EI24CD35RS dishwasher sticks up its SatelliteSpray wash arm to draw some attention, but it also pulls up a cluster of relatively-ordinary features, such as a 30-minute fast-wash cycle, a 49-dBA noise value, and a 3rd rack for accommodating utensils and ramekins.
- Compare Electrolux dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Blomberg DWT58500SS. Cleaning up its tub with the ProCare wash program, the 45-dBA-rated Blomberg DWT58500SS dishwasher brushes up a somewhat-mid-level picture, which consists of 14 place settings, a removable 3rd rack, and a Half Load cycle for dishes in the top or bottom rack.
- Compare all Blomberg dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the SPT SD-9252SS. Being equipped with commonly-seen specs, such as its six wash settings, 55-dBA sound rating, and stainless-steel tub, the SPT SD-9252SS dishwasher projects a low-end vibe, and its 90-minute Speed wash cycle is also among the slowest we have encountered -- at least as of 2016.
- Compare SPT dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the Maytag MDB7949SDZ. Traipsing around a mid-tier arena, the sensor-equipped Maytag MDB7949SDZ dishwasher displays a collection of rather-ordinary specs, such as 15 place settings, a stainless-steel 4-blade food disposer, and a speed-wash program that takes a fairly-long 59 minutes to complete.
- Compare Maytag dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Amana ADB1500ADS. Having a soil sensor might provide some cheer for this dishwasher, but the 55-dBA-rated Amana ADB1500ADS dishwasher seems to feel at home with mostly-basic specs, such as its 1-Hour Fast Wash option and 12 place settings.
- Compare all Amana dishwashers.
Our picture shows the DCS DD24SVT7. The DCS DD24SVT7 single-drawer dishwasher looks set to draw some applause with its 13-inch-plate-accommodating rack, nine wash cycles (with four Eco options) and three safety locks.
- Compare all DCS dishwashers.
Our picture shows the Avanti DWE1802SS. Its 65-minute Speed Wash does not look very speedy, and the 8-place-setting Avanti DWE1802SS dishwasher strikes a basic pose with its stainless-steel tub and four wash cycles.
- Compare all Avanti dishwashers.
Our picture shows the EdgeStar BIDW18SS-1. The EdgeStar BIDW18SS-1 dishwasher seems to keep a low profile by offering mostly ordinary specs, such as its eight dish settings and six wash programs, and it even uses an ancient-looking dial selector knob.
- Compare all EdgeStar dishwashers.
Our picture shows the SoloRock SRDW180813S. Its stainless steel tub and 24 hours of delay start time are quite commonplace, and the SoloRock SRDW180813S dishwasher's 65-minute speed wash cycle does not seem very speedy.
- Compare all SoloRock dishwashers.
Our illustration shows the jenn-Air JDB9800CWX. A built-in dishwasher with a noise rating of 40dBA, interior LED illumination, a panel-ready design and a built-in water softener with 3-stage filtration.
- Compare jenn-Air dishwashers.
The 18-dish-holding Lamber F92EKDPS commercial dishwasher takes on quick and water-efficient washing with its claimed 1/2 gallon water usage per cycle and 600 dishes washed per hour. -- Full specs
The Koldfront PDW60EW apparently shouts "energy-saver!" with its low $24 yearly energy cost, but seems to turn a cold shoulder when asked about quiet performance, with its 55dB noise rating. -- Full specs
With a panel-ready design (pictures suggest there might also be a version with its own stainless-steel panel) and a 34-minute speed-wash cycle, the 52-dBa-rated Summit DW18 dishwasher seems to project an energy-efficient image with its 210 kWh/year Energy Star rating and Half Load wash program. -- Full specs
Available only in a white-colored variant, the 57-dBA-rated Moffat MDF400SGFWW dishwasher might eat up slightly more power, even if it only performs basic washing tasks. -- Full specs
Looking past its average 48-dB noise rating, the Dacor RDW24S dishwasher seems to present its customizable handle (sold separately) and rather-low 235 kwh/year Energy Star as its main focal points. -- Full specs
Its 50-dBA noise rating and fourteen place settings are unremarkable, and when compared to most semi-integrated dishwashers, the Asko D5424XL looks a bit more streamlined with its touch buttons arranged in a circle and seems to wash faster with its 20-minute Quick wash program. -- Full specs
Its uncommon 24-hour delay start feature does seem to stand out, but we cannot disregard the Midea ADC3203DWW's less-rejoicing $27 annual power consumption. -- Full specs
Its polished stainless-steel finish seems to give the 8-dish-capacity Fagor LFA45X a more "commercial-looking" aura, and its 55-minute fast-wash cycle and 55-dBA noise value are quite-unimpressive for an 18-inch dishwasher. -- Full specs
The Magic Chef MCSCD6W3 dishwasher sits on your kitchen countertop, pulling typical specs from up its sleeve, such as a 45-minute fast-wash program, six basic wash cycles, and a vintage-looking dial selector. -- Full specs
Parading its eighteen stemware holders and Wave-Touch fade-away controls, the 45-dB-rated AGA ALTTDW-SS dishwasher aims to get even more attention with its ivory- and cranberry-colored variants. -- Full specs
The Energy Star-rated Haier HDBC100AFS 18-inch dishwasher seems to show itself as an energy-efficient dishwasher (though its 265kWh/year rating is nothing to call home about) and yields a 55-dBA washing-noise value, six wash programs and eight place settings. -- Full specs
The leak sensor seems to be the RCA RDW3208's dishwasher main perk, as it has a basic-specked vibe going on, carrying a basket of simple features, such as six place settings, a foldable bottom rack, a stainless-steel tub, and three wash cycles. -- Full specs
With an option to be custom-fitted with Viking door panels (with seven colors to choose from), the 14-place-setting Viking FDW301 dishwasher marches onward with a low 214 kWh/year Energy Star score and rarely-seen LED interior lights. -- Full specs
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