Compare the Latest 16 KitchenAid Dishwashers 2021
List of the latest KitchenAid dishwashers in the order in which they were added to our database (To compare any of the 16 models, just click their Add to compare button):
The Two Latest KitchenAid Semi-integrated Dishwashers (as Of October, 2021)
Aside from its basic-looking design, the stainless-steel KitchenAid KDFE104DSS (Also available in white and black) projects itself as a more high-end dishwasher with its ProWash cycle, SatinGlide rack mechanism and fairly-low 46-decibel score.
With its top rack designed to extend smoothly and its 40-dBA noise rating that suggests quiet washing, the sensor-equipped KitchenAid KDFE454CSS dishwasher also relies on a 39-spray-jet option to eliminate the need to pre-soak your dishes.
13 Recent Quiet KitchenAid Dishwasher Models
The KitchenAid KDPE234GPS may not exactly be the fastest dishwasher out there (but its 55-minute shortest cycle time isn(')t too far from the 45-minute average either), so it shifts consumers' focus to specs like its quieter-than-many 46dB noise rating and cycle time-automating ProWash
The KitchenAid KDTE334GPS relies on specs like its extremely-promising 39dBA noise rating, ProDry
option that helps improve drying performance, and PrintShield
smudge- and print-resistant finish to help differentiate itself from other dishwashers.
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.
Rigged with a rarely-seen viewing window, the KitchenAid KDTM384ESS dishwasher banks on a number of fairly-top-end specs, which include a 40-spray-jet cycle option, a load-sensing feature, and a top rack that is meant to extend smoothly.
The KitchenAid KDTM404ESS dishwasher attempts better water coverage with its Dynamic wash arm, 40-jet ProScrub feature and ProScrub Upper top-rack spray jets -- and there is also a black stainless-steel version called KDTM404EBS.
The third-rack-equipped KitchenAid KDFE204ESS banks on its 40-jet ProScrub option and ProWash sensor for cleaning heavily soiled dishware, while trying to stay quite silent with its below-average 46-decibel rating.
The KitchenAid KDTE254ESS chooses to go all-out on heavy loads with its ProScrub 40 spray jets and ProWash sensor -- but it does so while being gentle on the ears with its low 39-decibel noise rating.
The KitchenAid KDTM354ESS dishwasher wraps up a somewhat-high-end package with its 40-spray-jet cycle option and a 44-dBA noise value, but it also poses for a somewhat-regular picture with its 15 place settings, a 57-minute Express wash program, and a load-sensing feature.
With its familiar 14 place settings and fairly-decent 46-dBA noise value, the Kitchenaid KDTE204ESS dishwasher uses the 40-spray-jet ProScrub option and ProWash feature for cleaning tough-soiled loads.
Attempting to combine style and less-noisy performance, the KitchenAid KDTE104ESS dishwasher may have partly succeeded with its 46-decibel rating, ProWash adaptive-cleaning feature and stainless steel finish.
This mid-range model apparently bets on tough-load features, with its ProScrub 40-jet option and a constant water-filtrating system KitchenAid describes as ultra-fine.
Joining KitchenAid's Architect Series II dishwasher lineup, the KitchenAid KDTE554CSS dishwasher relies on 40 targeted spray jets to pre-soak dishes and focuses on reducing water consumption with its water recycling system.
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