Kenmore 30-inch freestanding electric range may not be a pro model but is affordable, has nice basic functions and a good price. It is one of those no-frills, dependable appliances. The range costs about $499, has four coil elements (two 8-inch and two 6-inch) and accompanying porcelain drip bowls on the stove top. The oven uses push-to-turn control knobs (located in the back, so you have to reach), and electronic controls and has a timer and digital temperature display.
You have 3 cleaning phases and you get a roomy 5.3 cu. ft. of cooking space in the oven plus six possible positions for oven racks. Also, you get the warming drawer, a feature that does not come as standard in many models at low price. Customers say that the range has impressive heating and broiling performance, and good low temperature and baking performance. You can get it in black, white and bisque.