Bosch WAT28402UCThe Bosch WAT28402UC is a speedy and compact front load washer that will be ideal for small living quarters since it measures only 24 inches wide. It has a host of convenient features, but they come at a relatively high price.
Electrolux EFLS527UTTElectrolux EFLS527UTT is a fantastic front-load washer. It removes stains better than nearly every other model we've tested. Its gray finish looks cool, too, and it has plenty of features -- including a dedicated dispenser for detergent pods.
GE GFW450SPMDGThis front-loader comes complete with 10 cleaning cycles, a steam function and five settings each per spin, temperature and soil level. It also offers a tumble care setting that periodically tosses your washed clothes around for up to 8 hours to help keep them fresh.
GE GTW685BSLWSThe good GE's GTW685BSLWS does a good job removing stubborn stains, it looks nice and has a lot of settings for a budget washer. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and the GE Laundry app
LG WM3500CWThe LG WM3500CW excelled at stain removal, earning high marks across all the cycles we tested, and removing about 75 percent of stains on the Normal cycle. That places the WM3500CW in the top 25 percent of all laundry machines that have passed through our doors.
Maytag MVWX655DWOutfitted with a 4.3-cu.-ft. drum and Maytag's 10-year warranty on certain components, this washer will get your clothes clean, and won't frustrate you in the process. You likely learned how to do laundry from your parents on a machine that's now outdated. If you long for those days, the user interface of the Maytag MVWX655DW is basically the same as the washer you grew up with. While some of the technological aspects under the hood have been upgraded, everything else is decidedly old-school.