The Top 3 Best Bosch Dishwashers (As Of September 2019)
Here are the top 3 Bosch dishwashers followed by a list of their latest models:
Because of this dishwasher's overall ranking of 97%, we are confident that the Bosch SGE68X55UC is currently Alphachooser's best Bosch dishwasher 2019. Furthermore, we think that our 61 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies making it a "no-brainer best choice."
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Because of star rating of 5 derived from 68 reviews, here is what we consider second best Bosch dishwasher. * This list, by the way, is based on an in-depth aggregation of hundreds of reviews from around the web.
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The 10 latest Bosch panel-ready dishwashers (as of October, 2019)
The Bosch SHV89PW73N adorns its panel-ready body with specs like a reassuring 39dBA (or 41dBA, both numbers provided by Bosch) max noise level, a control panel equipped with a TFT display and touch controls, and "telescopic" dishwasher rails, which is meant to make pulling out the racks easier for the user.
The Bosch SHV88PW53N is one of the dishwashers that are able to project the remaining running time on the kitchen floor (and not merely a red dot to indicate if it's running), and its noise specs don't disappoint at a more-than-reasonable 40dBA.
The Bosch SHVM78W53N is a 1300W model whose main differentiator from its 800 series siblings is its panel-ready finish, as its specs, which include 16 place settings, a comparably-quiet 42dBA noise rating, and Bosch's RackMatic feature, are similar to many other Bosch dishwashers.
The Bosch SHV878WD3N is a panel-ready dishwasher that will likely please open-layout-kitchen owners with its quiet 42dBA noise rating and also boasts specs like 16 place settings, a "flexible" third rack, and the Bosch InfoLight feature.
The 44dBA Bosch SHVM63W53N sports a lot of the specs we've come to expect from Bosch dishwashers, such as the RackMatic system (which gives nine possible upper rack positions), a third rack which, in this case, apparently adds 30 percent more capacity, and the InfoLight feature, which indicates if a cycle is running through a light projected onto the kitchen floor.
The 44-dBA--rated Bosch SGV68U53UC dishwasher runs about with a number of somewhat-uncommon specs, such as a Half Load option, a beam-on-floor cycle indicator, and a 3rd rack, but it also jogs around a rather-ordinary track with its half-hour speed-wash program, which is still slightly-below-average, though.
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While its prolonged-drying feature might end up with higher energy consumption, the Bosch SPE53U55UC shows itself as a somewhat-quiet 18-inch dishwasher with its 46-dBA sound rating, but it also keeps an ordinary vibe going with its nine place settings and stainless-steel tub.
The Bosch SPV40C10GB slimline dishwasher boasts specs like a respectable-sounding 48dBA noise level, a VarioSpeed cycle option that claims enhanced washing efficiency, and a child lock feature which remains as a fairly-uncommon function in 18-inch models.
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Promising less water usage with its water-condition sensor, the SHX3AR75UC dishwasher distances itself from the rather-silent-washing Bosch models with its 50-dBA noise rating, while housing a bunch of average features, which include a half-hour quick-wash program, 14 place settings, and a self-latching door.
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Although Bosch gives two different values for the Bosch SHE89PW75N's noise rating (38dBA and 40dBA), both are near the lowest end of the dishwasher spectrum -- making this a stand-out feature, along with specs like a full-color TFT display and sensor-facilitated automated wash programs.
The Bosch SGE53U56UC dishwasher trains its sights on preventing leaks with its AquaStop Plus system, but remains unremarkable because of its so-so four wash options, low 13 place settings, and rather-high 46dB of noise (Considering how Bosch makes much more quiet models).
If you can work with the Bosch SGE68U55UC dishwasher's quite-basic six wash settings and apparent lack of a load sensor, you may find some consolation with its more-sophisticated AquaStop flood protection system, 44dB noise rating, and 3-stage RackMatic feature.
The Bosch SHE68T55UC dishwasher looks to accommodate more dishware with its 16 place settings, V-shaped 3rd rack and height-adjustable RackMatic rack system -- while promoting practical washing with its energy- and water-saving Eco Wash and Half Load option.
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The Bosch SHX89PW55N further elevates its profile by banking on a collaboration of favorable specs, like a 39dBA maximum noise level, a cycle status-indicating InfoLight feature, and a TFT full-color display that is an uncommon feature in dishwashers as of 2018.
Aside from the usual specs (like a 24-hour delay timer and a half-load option), the Bosch SHX87PW55N also boasts the convenience-focused TimeLight feature --which beams the progress of the program on the floor -- and a quiet (compared to most dishwashers) 42dBA maximum noise level.
The 38dBA to 40dBA noise rating found on the Bosch SHX89PW75N's specs sheet deserves merit, but this dishwasher also offers other noteworthy features like a TFT full-color display, telescopic rails, and the RackMatic upper basket that's typical of Bosch models.
The Bosch SHPM65W55N boasts a load sensor and an Extra Dry option so that its users can hopefully get good washing results, and dishwasher also banners specs like a nicely-quiet (on paper, at least) 44dBA noise rating and a slightly higher than usual 16 place settings.
Accounting for its claim of being the "quietest dishwasher brand in the US," Bosch has kept the Bosch SHE878WD5N's noise rating to an encouraging 42dBA, and throws in other notable specs like the customization-focused RackMatic feature and 16 place settings.
The 42dBA Bosch SHPM78W54N, one among the comparably-quiet models in our books as of this writing, has specs that speak of a dishwasher that values usability, judging from its 16 place settings, RackMatic feature, and EasyGlide rack system.
The 16-place setting Bosch SHSM63W55N dishwasher champions quietness at 44dBA, and it throws in a v-shaped third rack (so as to not compromise space for stemware in the upper rack) and the InfoLight feature (which projects a red dot onto the floor during cycles) into its specs list.
The load sensor-equipped Bosch SHP88PW55N tries to surpass the usual dishwasher specs by going for a projected (on the floor) wash program timer, a quieter-than-usual 40dBA noise rating, and a MyWay third rack which, Bosch claims, offers the "industry's largest third rack capacity."
The Bosch SHX863WD5N employs a V-shaped rack to further enhance its already-favorable 16-place setting capacity, as well as specs like a relatively-quiet 44dBA noise rating and an InfoLight feature (which tells whether a cycle is ongoing or not) to give it an edge over other dishwashers.
The Bosch SHX878WD5N is a dishwasher with specs such as a quiet (on paper) 42dBA noise rating, a rack height customization feature called RackMatic, and wash programs which include 1 Hour US (the speed option) and Power Scrub Plus US (for heavy-duty cleaning needs).
Its Speed60 option may not be the fastest quick washing program, but the Bosch SHXM78W55N's 42dBA noise rating and user-friendly specs (like its RackMatic and InfoLight features and 16 place settings) make it a pretty competitive dishwasher.
The Bosch SHEM63W55N appears to offer some useful specs, like a load sensor, five preset programs (1 Hour US, Auto US, Regular US, Rinse and Hold US, and Power Scrub Plus US), and an AquaStop leak protection system, while remaining to be a relatively-silent dishwasher with its noise rating of 44dBA.
The 44dBA Bosch SHS863WD6N aims to please consumers looking for a space-efficient dishwasher, considering that it offers numerous specs that point to this purpose -- namely, a RackMatic feature, FlexSpace tines, a V-shaped third rack, and a flexible silverware basket.
Aside from the MyWay rack (heavily marketed by Bosch for its supposed capacity), the Bosch SHXM98W75N dishwasher comes with specs like a comforting 39dBA noise rating, a 24-hour delay timer, and an adjustable RackMatic upper rack.
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.
Its 44-dBA noise rating is still not very quiet, at least by Bosch standards, and the Bosch SGX68U55UC dishwasher strikes a rather-basic pose with its 15 place settings, a 3rd rack, and a quick-wash program that takes half an hour to complete, but it does get itself planted in somewhat-high-end territory with its Half Load option and red InfoLight feature.
The Bosch SHX5AVL5UC dishwasher opts to pour its washing strength on the lower rack via its ExtraScrub option and handles dish-washing tasks with its 14 place settings, 46-dBA noise rating, and a quick-wash cycle that takes 30 minutes to complete.
Given its 46-dBA noise rating, the Bosch SHS5AVL5UC dishwasher does not bag the Most Silent Bosch Dishwasher award, and it goes on mixing a somewhat-uncommon red beam-on-floor feature with rather-basic specs, such as 14 place settings, a stainless-steel-and-plastic tub, and a 60-minute speed-wash cycle.
Holed up with other less-noisy Bosch dishwashers, the 42-dBA-rated SHX7PT55UC gets cozy with a bunch of fairly-top-tier features, which include a VarioSpeed option, a water-quality sensor, and a winged 3rd rack that sports adjustable tines.
While its 15 place settings is slightly higher than the average, the 3rd-rack-fitted Bosch SHP68T55UC dishwasher opts to be energy-friendly with its Eco wash program, but its ExtraShine prolonged-drying feature might end up consuming more power (if you use it).
The Bosch SHP65T52UC dishwasher does its chores using 16 place settings, a 30-minute quick-wash program, and a 3rd rack for holding extra-long silverware, but its 44-dBA noise rating can still be considered somewhat-noisy by Bosch standards.