Best oven brands: AEG ovens

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AEG, now one of the trading brands of the Sweden-based Electrolux company (which also owns Zanussi), was founded in Germany in 1887. It offers a range of household products, including a variety of single, double and compact ovens.

This page will reveal our view on AEG built-in ovens overall, with information on how many we have tested and the range of scores that the models have received. If you want to find out the exact test performance of each AEG oven, head to the Which? ovens reviews.

The Which? verdict on AEG ovens

We’ve tested a number of AEG ovens, including single and double models, so we know how good they are across a range of different functions.

Each AEG oven has been put through our tough tests, which evaluate the oven and grill as well as overall ease of use and energy efficiency.

Here we’ve also listed the main pros and cons of AEG ovens, to help you decide whether this is the right brand for you. If you’re not already a member you can try Which? for £1 for instant access to all this information.

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How much do AEG ovens cost?

The AEG ovens we’ve tested tend to cost between £399 and nearly £600, which is mid-range in terms of price.

The more expensive models come with additional features such as pyrolytic cleaning and non-tip shelves.

More on this...

  • See if any AEG models make the list of our oven Best Buys
  • If you’re looking for a new oven, use our compare features tool
  • For detailed info on our scoring system, see how we test ovens