Dual Fuel Ranges

  • Get it Shipped
  • Pick Up at Nearby Stores
  • Online Only(3)
  • Free-Standing Dual Fuel(46)
  • Slide-In Dual Fuel(5)
  • SAMSUNG(1)
  • KITCHENAID(30)
  • BOSCH(1)
  • CAFE(1)
  • SMEG(15)
  • KUCHT(3)
  • Gas Burner(51)
  • Stainless Steel(15)
  • Black(7)
  • Blue(6)
  • Red(6)
  • White(6)
  • Green(4)
  • Orange(4)
  • Yellow(3)
  • 48 in. Class(13)
  • 36 in. Class(17)
  • 33 in. Class(1)
  • 30 in. Class(20)
  • -
  • $3000 - $4999.99(7)
  • $5000 and Up(44)
  • True Convection(48)
  • Fan Convection(3)
  • No(35)
  • Yes(16)
  • Yes(47)
  • No(4)
  • Yes(33)
  • No(18)
  • No(46)
  • Yes(2)
  • Yes(2)
  • No(46)
  • Built-In Wi-Fi(29)
  • No(15)
  • Yes(2)
  • No(51)
  • 6 Cu. Ft. & Up(18)
  • 5 - 5.4 Cu. Ft.(11)
  • Less than 4.5 Cu. Ft.(15)
  • 4.5 - 4.9 Cu. Ft.(7)
  • 30 in and Up(37)
  • 28 - 29.99 in(14)
  • 4(34)
  • 3(1)
  • BestBuyCanada(48)
  • Kucht(3)
  • 51 results

    Sort

    Dual fuel ranges give you the best of both worlds

    Can’t choose between an electric range and a gas range? A dual fuel range may be for you. A dual fuel range is a range that features a gas cooktop and an electric oven, so you get the best of both worlds.

    Benefits of dual fuel ranges

    A dual fuel range gives you all the power of a gas cooktop while taking advantage of features you get with an electric oven. Gas cooktops burn hotter than electric cooktops, and you get immediate and more even heat than you would if cooking on a glass top stove. On the other hand, an electric oven can distribute heat more evenly, so you can enjoy perfect results when baking or roasting.

    You can find dual fuel ranges with a single oven or dual ovens, giving you the option to bake in a single compartment or individually control two separate compartments to bake or roast two dishes at once.

    Key considerations when choosing a dual fuel range

    The best dual fuel ranges have options that make cooking easy. The standard width of a dual fuel range is 30 inches, and the standard oven capacity is approximately 5 cubic feet.

    Free-standing or slide-in dual fuel range

    You can choose a free-standing dual fuel range that has controls that sit on a high back panel. You can also choose a slide-in dual fuel range that sits flush with your back wall and has the controls on the front of the appliance.

    Wi-Fi smart ranges

    Dual fuel ranges are available with built-in Wi-Fi. You can connect to your range via your smartphone and turn the oven off and on or set timers.

    Child locks

    To keep children from accessing your range controls, you can set a child lock that will prevent children from turning the oven or burners on.

    Air-fry oven

    One of the best features you can find on an electric oven is air fry. Air fry allows you to cook food so it tastes deep fried, but you don’t need to submerge the food in oil.

    Warming drawer

    A warming drawer is a must-have. It keeps your food warm until you’re ready to eat.

    Sabbath mode

    Sabbath mode is a feature on dual fuel ranges that disables auto-shut off and keeps your oven running until you decide to turn it off. It will stay in Bake mode and will cook or warm your food until you are ready to eat.

    Dual fuel ranges give you the best of both worlds

    Can’t choose between an electric range and a gas range? A dual fuel range may be for you. A dual fuel range is a range that features a gas cooktop and an electric oven, so you get the best of both worlds.

    Benefits of dual fuel ranges

    A dual fuel range gives you all the power of a gas cooktop while taking advantage of features you get with an electric oven. Gas cooktops burn hotter than electric cooktops, and you get immediate and more even heat than you would if cooking on a glass top stove. On the other hand, an electric oven can distribute heat more evenly, so you can enjoy perfect results when baking or roasting.

    You can find dual fuel ranges with a single oven or dual ovens, giving you the option to bake in a single compartment or individually control two separate compartments to bake or roast two dishes at once.

    Key considerations when choosing a dual fuel range

    The best dual fuel ranges have options that make cooking easy. The standard width of a dual fuel range is 30 inches, and the standard oven capacity is approximately 5 cubic feet.

    Free-standing or slide-in dual fuel range

    You can choose a free-standing dual fuel range that has controls that sit on a high back panel. You can also choose a slide-in dual fuel range that sits flush with your back wall and has the controls on the front of the appliance.

    Wi-Fi smart ranges

    Dual fuel ranges are available with built-in Wi-Fi. You can connect to your range via your smartphone and turn the oven off and on or set timers.

    Child locks

    To keep children from accessing your range controls, you can set a child lock that will prevent children from turning the oven or burners on.

    Air-fry oven

    One of the best features you can find on an electric oven is air fry. Air fry allows you to cook food so it tastes deep fried, but you don’t need to submerge the food in oil.

    Warming drawer

    A warming drawer is a must-have. It keeps your food warm until you’re ready to eat.

    Sabbath mode

    Sabbath mode is a feature on dual fuel ranges that disables auto-shut off and keeps your oven running until you decide to turn it off. It will stay in Bake mode and will cook or warm your food until you are ready to eat.