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Collage of a Maytag Dishwasher on a blue background

Collage of a Maytag Dishwasher on a blue background

Dishwashers are a treat to have in your kitchen because then you don’t have to wash piles of dishes by hand, which can be time-consuming and less efficient. There’s a dishwasher design—such as top control, front control, or built-in or countertop—for almost every need, including models with fold-down tines, adjustable racks, and even third racks.

Aside from your space’s installation requirements and the number of dishes you wash, you can also consider other factors, such as the type of dishes you wash and whether you want smart capabilities to remotely monitor a cycle. To help you choose the best dishwasher for your needs, we researched dozens of models and even considered the models from our own homes. We evaluated these dishwashers on their effectiveness, special features, noise level, and energy efficiency, and then considered their overall value since, like many appliances, they can be an investment. 

Our favorite models don’t shy away from the latest features but also prioritize functionality. They are paired with warranties, stainless steel tubs, and easy-to-use settings to make washing dishes a very straightforward, hands-free task.

What We Like

  • PowerBlast cycle for caked-on food

  • Fingerprint-resistant exterior

  • 10-year parts warranty

What We Don’t Like

  • No collapsible prongs

  • Limited cycle options

In terms of performance and value, it’s hard to beat this built-in dishwasher from Maytag. That’s why it’s our top pick for a front control unit. This 24-inch unit has a durable stainless steel interior and touch controls on the front of its door so you can easily see which cycle your dishwasher is on. This appliance is Energy Star-certified, meaning it uses less electricity per cycle, so it’ll save you from overpaying on your next electric bill.

Plus, it has four different wash cycles to choose from, including a PowerBlast cycle that removes stubborn, caked-on foods. Its Dual Power filtration system works to remove and disintegrate food particles to prevent clogs, too. This means you don’t have to pre-wash your dishes, because this appliance can handle even the messiest dinner plates.

This dishwasher can hold up to 14 place settings per load, and it has a higher-than-average upper rack height that accommodates bulky pots and pans on the lower level. The heated dry cycle ensures your dishes come out as dry as possible, and the fingerprint-resistant stainless steel exterior resists smudges and streaks for a pristine appearance, no matter how many times you open and close the door. While not the quietest model available, it still operates at a low enough volume that won’t disturb your day-to-day activities, and it’s backed by a 10-year limited parts warranty that protects the racks, chopper blade, and tub.

There are limited cycle options, but you’ll likely be more than satisfied with the powerful ones that are available. While there is plenty of room to load your dishes, the prongs aren’t collapsible, so you can’t customize your load in that way. However, we think these inconveniences are minor when you consider what you get with this top-notch appliance, and ultimately make the dishwasher really straightforward.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 34.6 x 24 x 24.5 inches | Decibel Rating: 50 decibels | Capacity: 14 place settings | Cycles: 4 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Front

What We Like

  • Flexible third rack

  • Very quiet operation

  • AutoAir system for drying and circulation

What We Don’t Like

  • Junction box is sold separately

  • No heated dry cycle

In the market for a dishwasher with top controls? The Bosch 500 Series Top Control Dishwasher is your best bet. Bosch dishwashers are known for being on the more expensive side, but the higher price tag is for good reason. These appliances are whisper quiet, with this particular model operating at 44 decibels so it does not disturb your television show or conversation, and is a good option for those with sound sensitivity.

Bosch dishwashers are also outfitted with a range of features and cycles so you don’t have to circle back to your sink after running a cycle. This Bosch dishwasher includes five cycles, and an AutoAir system that opens the door slightly when a cycle is wrapped to allow air to circulate and dishes to dry further. While there is no heated dry cycle, you can make use of flexible tines if you want to wash a bulky item, such as a pot or pan, and a flexible third rack if you want to wash a set of knives or smaller items that could get lost in the mix below.

In addition, this Energy Star-certified appliance can hold up to 16 place settings at one time, making it a high-capacity option that would be suitable for larger families or anyone who doesn’t want to run their dishwasher frequently. The tub is made of durable stainless steel, and the top control design leaves the front door looking sleek and clean.

A half-load setting also gives you the option to run your dishwasher before it’s entirely full. It’s a thoughtful option to make use of if you’re heading out of town and want to complete your chores or need a few specific items.

You’ll need to keep in mind that this built-in dishwasher has a three-pronged outlet. The junction box is sold separately, as is the water connection kit that’s required for installation. However, this is otherwise a super powerful and reliable pick that’s worth every penny.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 33.88 x 23.75 x 23.56 inches | Decibel Rating: 44 decibels | Capacity: 16 place settings | Cycles: 5 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Top

What We Like

  • Straightforward design

  • Five-level wash system 

  • Removable filter 

What We Don’t Like

  • Loud

If you’re not concerned about having all of the latest adjustable rack features and multiple cycles and want an option that costs less in comparison to others, we recommend this budget-friendly model from Frigidaire. It has just two cycle options—normal and heavy—plus a heated dry setting. If you’re looking for better energy efficiency, you can also turn off the heat dry setting.

Some dishes, especially plastic Tupperware, may still be wet after a cycle completes, which is slightly annoying if you don’t want to air dry your dishes. However, this dishwasher has just a few options to choose from, making it a straightforward choice for anyone who prefers simplicity or who is learning how to use a dishwasher.

This dishwasher has a five-level wash system, which means there’s a jet at every level of the interior tub, including a middle rotating arm. You won’t have to worry about re-washing any dishes that don’t come out clean. The removable filter can also be rinsed occasionally if you feel like your dishes aren’t becoming as clean as they once were. A removable utensil rack also makes it easy to empty this dishwasher once a cycle is complete.

While this model isn’t the quietest option and may interrupt a conversation, especially in a small apartment, its cleaning capabilities make up for the excess noise. It’s certainly not the most advanced dishwasher on the market, but this model is an affordable option for households that don’t need an extra-large capacity or customized cycle settings. 

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 35 x 24 x 25 inches | Decibel Rating: 62 decibels | Capacity: 14 place settings | Cycles: 2 | Tub Material: Plastic | Control Location: Front

What We Like

  • Quick wash setting 

  • Child lock 

  • Triple filtered wash

What We Don’t Like

  • Power cord not included 

  • Not fingerprint-resistant 

A basic dishwasher can be a great option for anyone living in an apartment, small families that don’t need a large-capacity dishwasher, or someone who prefers a simple routine. This option from Amana is a slight upgrade from our best budget pick, but it’s still very user-friendly and includes a child lock, among other extras. This dishwasher is slightly smaller than other picks in our roundup, with a 12-place setting capacity, but that makes it great for anyone living alone who would prefer to still easily fill up their dishwasher in a week. 

In addition to normal and heavy wash settings, you can also run a quick wash cycle on this dishwasher for smaller loads. Heat dry and a high-temperature setting are also included. We appreciate that this dishwasher has a child lock, so the cycle settings can’t be changed mid-wash.

You can also expect an impressive clean from this model as it has a triple-filter system that removes minerals from the water before dispensing on dishes, to prevent hard water stains on glasses and silverware. As much as we love the stainless steel finish, it’s not fingerprint-resistant, so it may not be the best option for homes with curious children and pets.

You’ll also have to purchase the installation kit separately, as the power cord does not come with the unit. Despite these drawbacks, we still think this dishwasher is a great choice for any basic dishwashing needs. 

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 33.5 x 23.87 x 24.5 inches | Decibel Rating: 59 decibels | Capacity: 12 place settings | Cycles: 3 | Tub Material: Plastic | Control Location: Front

What We Like

  • Sleek modern design

  • Double drawers can operate together or separately

  • Fan-assisted dry

What We Don’t Like

  • Plastic tub

If you’re able and willing to spend a little extra on a top-of-the-line dishwasher, this double-drawer model from Café is versatile and extremely stylish. The unique, two-drawer design makes it ideal for smaller households, because the drawers can be run separately with small loads.

Plus, the appliance has a variety of high-tech features, such as a knock-to-pause option. Simply knocking on the door will halt the cycle, allowing you to add a forgotten dish. 

This two-drawer dishwasher can hold up to 14 place settings, and it has two removable silverware baskets, as well. It offers six wash cycles, including a Fast Dry and Sanitize option, and it operates at a quiet, 46 decibels when just one drawer is running, making it ideal for those with sound sensitivity. The inner racks can also be adjusted to hold even the largest pots and pans, and the appliance has fan-assisted drying to get your dishes cleaner and faster. 

One of the appealing factors about Café appliances is that you can swap out the handles for a different finish to match any decor style, but a new set of handles for this dishwasher costs over $300, which certainly adds to the already steep price tag.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 34 x 24 x 21.75 inches | Decibel Rating: 46–49 decibels | Capacity: 14 place settings | Cycles: 6 | Tub Material: Plastic | Control Location: Top

What We Like

  • Flexible third rack

  • Crystal dry technology 

  • Fold down tines 

What We Don’t Like

  • No smart features

For a seamless aesthetic in your kitchen, we recommend a panel-ready dishwasher like this Bosch 800 Series model. This fully-integrated dishwasher can be customized to match your kitchen cabinets and it’s loaded with unique features that make it worth the splurge. For starters, it has a flexible third rack with fold-down sides to add 30 percent more loading capacity.

Bosch’s trademarked RackMatic technology also allows the top rack to adjust between three different height positions and up to nine possible rack positions. Fold-down tines make it easy to support your wine glasses and other stemware, plus this dishwasher is equipped with CrystalDry Technology, which transforms moisture into heat to get dishes and plastics 60 percent drier. 

We love the touch sensor controls, which make it easy to select cycle settings and customize your wash needs between five cycles. A red light—the InfoLight—projects on the floor during cycles, so you know when this dishwasher is running and won’t accidentally open it mid-cycle. Other features like load size sensing, precision washing, a Speed60 cycle, and a sanitize option make this model an ideal companion for busy families, avid home chefs, and passionate party hosts.

While this dishwasher does lack smart features—a factor we’re particularly disappointed by because of the price point—we believe its overall cycle options and other trademarked technology justify the price point. All in all, this dishwasher doesn’t sacrifice effectiveness just for the sake of aesthetics.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 33.88 x 23.56 x 23.10 inches | Decibel Rating: 42 decibels | Capacity: 16 place settings | Cycles: 6 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Top

What We Like

  • Impressive capacity

  • Easy to set up

  • Small footprint

What We Don’t Like

  • Long cycle times

A countertop dishwasher can be a game-changer in small apartments that don’t come with a full suite of appliances, or for those who have a hard time bending over or kneeling. This 22-inch model from Magic Chef can fit up to six place settings and also has six wash cycles, which is more than both our best budget and best basic dishwasher picks, which are both full-sized appliances.

We appreciate how easy this dishwasher is to set up. You just have to connect it to a sink—but, do keep in mind that you will have to disconnect it every time you need to run your faucet. It’s also still compact enough to rest in the corner of a kitchen counter without taking up valuable food prep space. 

Whether you need to wash a load of glassware or simply rinse your dishes between loads, this compact dishwasher can do it all. The cycle times are longer, given the smaller water supply hookup, and your sink will be out of commission when this dishwasher is running. However, a digital display makes it easy to keep track of how much time is left on a cycle, and there are also indicator lights for when more rinse aid is needed and when a cycle ends.

We wish this countertop dishwasher was slightly less expensive, given it’s close in price point to other full-size models in our roundup. Plus, it doesn’t have a built-in water tank like many of the latest models. However, we think the digital display, paired with the impressive capacity and cycles, make this dishwasher a great alternative for many.

Type: Countertop | Dimensions: 17.2 x 21.7 x 19.7 inches | Decibel Rating: Not listed | Capacity: 6 place settings | Cycles: 6 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Front control

What We Like

  • Hard food dispenser

  • Sanitize option 

  • Adjustable top rack

What We Don’t Like

  • No heated dry

  • Heavy

As opposed to smaller countertop dishwashers, a portable dishwasher offers the capacity of a regular, built-in dishwasher without requiring a permanent space in your kitchen setup. This 24-inch model from GE can hold up to 12 place settings and even has a hard food dispenser to ensure any solid residue doesn’t clog the filter or jam the water dispensers.

Most portable dishwashers come with wheels, which also make them a great option for RVs that may need to carefully secure appliances during transit. While this model does come with wheels, it is almost 150 pounds, so you will need help moving it around your kitchen. It’s also inaccessible for people who live alone or who have mobility-related disabilities.

This dishwasher also comes with an adjustable top rack to fit larger pots and pans on the bottom. A sanitizing cycle eliminates germs and bacteria from food scraps, which is a huge win given that this model does not have a heated dry feature. Surprisingly, this dishwasher is also on the quieter side operating at just 54 decibels, which is roughly the same noise level as average conversation tones.

You also don’t have to worry about your energy bill suffering from this appliance because it is Energy Star-certified, meaning it uses less energy per cycle and can even hook up to your faucet for operation. All in all, this portable dishwasher is versatile enough to be used in small homes or apartments, yet still effective enough to clean your dirtiest dishes.

Type: Portable | Dimensions: 36 x 23.6 x 25.38 inches | Decibel Rating: 54 decibels | Capacity: 12 place settings | Cycles: 5 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Top

What We Like

  • Half-wash mode

  • Adjustable third rack

  • Quiet

  • PrintProof finish

What We Don’t Like

  • Long cycle length

For those who like monitoring their appliances remotely, this dishwasher from LG syncs up to your smartphone, allowing you to track its progress via the brand’s ThinQ app. You can also connect it to your Google Assistant.

This 24-inch dishwasher boasts an adjustable third rack for utensils, and thanks to its four spray arms, you can run a “half wash” if you just want to clean items on the top or bottom rack. LG’s Dual Zone technology also varies the intensity of the water spray on the upper and lower racks to protect delicate items on the top racks, while still efficiently cleaning dirtier dishes.

This dishwasher has a larger-than-average capacity of 15 place settings, and its TrueSteam technology uses steam to dissolve baked-on foods and eliminate water spots on glassware. It’s extremely quiet, operating at just 44 decibels, making it a great pick for those with sound sensitivity.

Its wash cycles can be extremely long, especially if you want the appliance to dry your dishes, as well. Notably, the dishwasher has a fingerprint-resistant stainless steel finish, and it has a sleek exterior that’s sure to look good in any kitchen, though.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 33.6 x 23.75 x 24.6 inches | Decibel Rating: 44 decibels | Capacity: 15 place settings | Cycles: 10 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Top

What We Like

  • Auto-release door helps dry dishes

  • Third rack

  • Smart features

What We Don’t Like

  • No heated drying

If you don’t want your dishwasher disrupting your home, or are sensitive to sounds, this model from Samsung is one of the quietest you’ll find, operating at just 39 decibels thanks to its special insulation. Chances are you won’t be able to hear it running, even if you’re in the same room.

The 24-inch model also features a third rack for utensils, as well as Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to monitor the process of the cycle right from your phone. It can hold up to 15 place settings in a single load, and its racks are adjustable to help accommodate bulky items. 

To get every dish as clean as possible, this Energy Star-certified washer has a unique sliding spray bar that moves in a linear motion for more complete coverage. It also has an AutoRelease door that pops open at the end of each cycle, helping to circulate air so dishes dry better. Of course, the caveat is that it doesn’t have a heated drying cycle, so air drying is really the only way to go.

Type: Built-in | Dimensions: 34 x 24 x 25 inches | Decibel Rating: 39 decibels | Capacity: 15 place settings | Cycles: 7 | Tub Material: Stainless steel | Control Location: Top

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