AEG is part of the appliance brand family that includes Electrolux and Zanussi products.
AEG ovens have a small but significant share of the market. They have a classic design with a focus on high-performance extras, such as pyrolytic self-cleaning and steam-assisted cooking.
AEG ovens sit at the mid to upper part of the market – you can pick up an entry-level single oven for less than £400, but premium offerings can cost more than £1,000.
But is AEG a brand worth buying? In our years of ovens testing, we've found that even the best brands don't consistently produce winning models. And some ovens with all the latest bells and whistles fail to master the basics.
We've tested many AEG ovens over the years, and we also ask owners what they think of their ovens – including whether they have encountered any issues or faults.
On this page you can see how well AEG built-in ovens do in our tests, as well as their reliability score and how owners rated them.
Number of Best Buys
Average test score
Fault-free after five years
Should I buy an AEG oven?
An AEG oven will, on average, set you back more than £500. However, there is a broad range of options available. Single ovens start at around £350, but go beyond £1,200 for a premium, high-spec model. If you'd like a double oven, then expect to pay upwards of £600.