Popular oven brand Zanussi is part of the group of brands owned by Electrolux, which also includes AEG.
Zanussi focuses on maximising the volume in its ovens, but recent ranges have also offered on-trend extras such as steam cooking and pyrolytic cleaning for very competitive prices. So do Zanussi ovens have it all?
A single oven with steam cooking, self-cleaning and bags of space for less than £400 sounds too good to be true, but this is the sort of tempting package that Zanussi has been offering in recent years.
However, if you opt for a Zanussi oven, will it last for years of fault-free service, or fizzle out earlier than rival brands?
Our years of independent testing have shown that Zanussi ovens vary in their cooking ability – some are Best Buys that are worth snapping up, while others fall well short of this accolade.
In the table below we reveal whether Zanussi is a good oven brand to invest in. Find out exactly what owners think of their Zanussi ovens and how they get on in our lab testing.
Number of Best Buys
Average test score
Fault-free after five years
Should I buy a Zanussi oven?
On average, a Zanussi oven will set you back around £300, but you can get your hands on a basic single oven for as little as £200. Pricier models don't tend to get above £500.