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Zanussi cooker guide

By Jane Darling

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Get our expert verdict on Zanussi cookers, based on our extensive testing and owners' views.

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Zanussi is a well-known and popular kitchen brand which forms part of the Electrolux group, which also includes AEG. It offers a wide selection of kitchen appliances, covering dishwashing, laundry, cleaning and, of course, cooking. There are a large number of Zanussi cookers to choose from, mostly electric or gas, but also a handful of dual-fuel models.

Zanussi cookers can be a bit pricier than rival cooker brands such as Beko, but does the extra cost amount to superior cooking skills? In the table below you can get our exclusive verdict on whether Zanussi cookers are worth buying, based on our analysis of how they do in our tough cooking tests, and our unique survey of cooker owners to find out which brands are loved by their owners, and which are the most reliable cooker brands.

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Zanussi is only one of many cooker brands out there, so if you want to find out if there are better brands to choose from, go straight to our freestanding cooker reviews.

Zanussi cooker overview table
Zanussi cooker overview table
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How much do Zanussi cookers cost?

Zanussi sells a fair amount of cookers in the UK, and their price averages at around £435. The cheapest you're likely to pick one up for is about £180, but if you go for an all-singing, all-dancing induction model, you could pay up to £750.

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