I asked around before buying my last dishwasher, hoping to find a brand and a model that would last for some time.Instead, I purchased a Kitchen Aid from Sears.
It stopped working last weekend, so we called a Sears for repair. They were booking appointments more than two weeks out. Next, we called a reputable, independent appliance repair shop, and they told us that our dishwasher had a "defective motor" that would cost more than $500 to replace. So between purchasing the product, paying for delivery, paying for install, then paying for a repair tech to come out and tell me that the dishwasher needed a new motor, I am into this Kitchen Aid dishwasher for more than $1,325 for a dishwasher that didn't eve make it to two years of light service.
Kitchen Aid should be ashamed of itself for selling an expensive product that couldn't handle 3 washes per week over a year and a half.
Their standards and workmanship are not to be trusted, and I'm stunned that such an expensive piece of equipment had such a short life.I conclude by saying that I will never buy a Kitchen Aid appliance again, and I don't recommend that anyone who reads this become a customer either.
Review about: Kitchenaid Dishwasher.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Monetary Loss: $1325.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I didn't like: That the motor died 18 months after i purchased it.