New World cooker guide

Freestanding cookers

New World cooker guide

By Jane Darling

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Find out if New World cookers are generally reliable, liked by owners and good value for money. Plus, our verdict on their cooking skills.

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New World is part of Glen Dimplex Home Appliances (GDHA), a UK manufacturer that also owns brands such as Belling, Stoves and Britannia. 

New World has a large range of products at a wide range of prices - and is GDHA's top-selling freestanding cooker brand. New World cookers are a fairly popular purchase in the UK, with an average spend of £381 for a gas or electric cooker. New World also sells range cookers, built-in ovens and built-in hobs. If you've got your eye on a New World cooker, you can head straight to our New World cooker reviews to see how individual models fared in our independent tests.

All the cookers that Which? reviews have been through rigorous testing at our independent lab. We check how quickly the oven heats up and how accurately it maintains its temperature - but we also bake cakes and shortbread to see how good it is at coming up with decent baked goods. We also survey hundreds of cooker owners every year to find out how they rate the cooker that they own.

Which? verdict on New World cookers

Below, we've collated all our test results of New World cookers, alongside our unique brand and reliability ratings, to bring you an at-a-glance guide to New World cookers.

You can see how many of the brand's current models we've tested, what the range of scores earned in our tough tests is, and the pros and cons of these cookers, all based on years of our independent testing.

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New World freestanding cooker overview table
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How much do New World cookers cost?

On average, you can expect to pay around £380 for a New World freestanding cooker. You may be able to get your hands on a cheap gas model for little more than £160, while if you go for an all-electric model with two ovens and an induction hob, this can set you back around £550.

New World makes range cookers too, so head to our New World range cooker reviews if you think one of these could complete your kitchen.