AEG washing machines sit within the Electrolux stable of domestic appliance brands, which includes Zanussi.
If you're thinking about buying an AEG washing machine and wondering how it compares with other popular washing machine brands, read on for all the information you need.
You can find out how AEG washing machines score in our reviews and how reliable they are, as well as how owners rate them. We've included the pros and cons you need to know about, plus our verdict on whether you should buy one. If know you want an AEG and simply want to read about individual models, you can compare scores of all of them in our .
All the information you'll find here has been independently researched – we buy the AEG washing machines we test ourselves and we run our own surveys to find out what owners really think of their machines.
The average test score is based on results for all models we've tested that are still currently available. The customer score and estimated average lifespan are based on a Which? member survey conducted in September 2020 of 344 AEG owners. The customer score is based on customer satisfaction and whether members would recommend the brand to a friend. Table last updated in December 2020.
Expect to pay between £300 and £700 for an AEG washing machine. Which? members have told us that, on average, they spent approximately £470 on their last washing machine, but most AEG models are above this price. However, it's well worth reading individual reviews to see whether you want to stretch the budget.
Many AEG washing machines have a drum capacity of 8kg or 9kg, making them roomy enough for most households. Like most brands, AEG focuses on producing freestanding models. However, there are some built-in AEG washing machines available if you're in the market for a machine that sits behind a cupboard door.
Most AEG washing machines are white, although it's possible to find silver variants of some models.