April 30, 2021
Bosch and KitchenAid dishwashers are two brands that have remained at the top amidst good competition. If you are in the market for a dishwasher, chances are your final choice will boil down to Bosch vs KitchenAid.
That is precisely why we’ve created this article – to help you make an informed decision. We’ll examine both the small and significant factors that you should consider before going for either of these powerhouse brands. We will also share our favorite dishwasher models from both Bosch and KitchenAid.
Our exclusive video review of Bosch dishwashers
How Do Bosch and KitchenAid Dishwashers Stack Up?
KitchenAid was the top dishwasher brand for a long time before Bosch entered the market. The German brand introduced quiet dishwashers at a time when dishwasher noise was a huge problem. Bosch slowly edged past KitchenAid in reliability, cleaning performance, and drying. In fact, our coveted best dishwashers list does not include any KitchenAid dishwashers.
That being said, KitchenAid still measures up with its remarkable features, especially in the washing, storage, and filtration categories. Newer KitchenAid dishwasher models also offer high-load capacity and silent operation, as well as powerful cleaning tools.
Bosch dishwashers have five classes separated by feature richness. There’s the regular 100 series models with a plastic bottom tub, the 300 series with stainless-steel interior and ADA/18-inch variants, and the 500 series with innovative design and AutoAir drying that opens the door ajar. The 800 series and the Benchmark series have premium dishwasher features which include Wi-Fi connectivity, water softener, Crystal dry, the lowest silence ratings, and custom finishes.
Overall, KitchenAid and Bosch are great and reliable dishwasher brands that are similar in quality. Their similarities cut across cycles, stainless steel interior, and rack adjustability. The differences between the two brands are in style, reliability, price, and washing and drying performance.
Bosch offers superior selection with over 100 dishwashers covering a variety of features, visual designs, and price points.
Let’s look at the similarities and differences between Bosch and KitchenAid in detail. Meanwhile, if you want to learn more about our criteria see our choosing a dishwasher guide.
Quietness between Bosch and KitchenAid
Finding the quietest dishwasher is a huge factor for most people. You don't want to have a dishwasher disturbing your sleep when you can easily select a quieter option. Bosch makes the quietest dishwashers in the US market. Most Bosch dishashers hover around 38db and 44dBs.
All of the newer KitchenAid dishwashers have noise levels at or below 46dB, which is as quiet as a library. But KitchenAid wasn’t always known for quiet dishwashers. It wasn’t until Bosch entered the market with quiet dishwashers that KitchenAid considered getting rid of their noisy hard food grinder.
In contrast, all Bosch dishwashers have noise levels below 48dB, which is less noisy than the average computer keyboard strokes. Bosch dishwashers are so quiet that they beam a projected light on the floor to indicate that they are working.
Bosch makes the quietest dishwashers on the market. The company has a vast selection of ultra-quiet dishwashers.
Some of the quietest dishwashers from the two brands include the Bosch Benchmark SHXM88Z75N at 40 dB, the KitchenAid KDTE334GPS at 39dB, and the 800 Series Bosch SHE89PW75N at 38 dB.
Do They Clean Well?
Both KitchenAid and Bosch score pretty high in the washing category. They have similar and impressive wash cycles/options that ensure dishes are sparkling clean after wash.
KitchenAid’s strong points lie in its high load capacity and the filtration system. With the average KitchenAid dishwasher, you can wash as much as 15 full place settings in one load. That provides space for more dishes than the average family can use in a day.
For effective filtration, KitchenAid makes use of a triple filter system that includes an ultra-fine filter for removing dirt particles from the wash water. While KitchenAid’s filtration system is very remarkable, Bosch water softener places it at par with KitchenAid in the washing category.
The water softener is an important feature that not only ensures a better wash (if using hard water) but also prolongs the life of the dishwasher. Besides that, Bosch dishwashers also come with two full-size wash arms, a top nozzle that serves the 3rd rack, and a sound filtration system.
Both KitchenAid and Bosch dishwasher have superior cleaning performance. If you live in an area with hard water consider Bosch with a water softener over KitchenAid.
If we are to leave out their nearly similar wash cycles and performance, we’ll have to give KitchenAid the edge. Their Bottle Wash feature for washing sports and baby bottles is quite thoughtful and innovative too. However, we recommend getting a rinse aid to make up for the lack of water softener.
Bosch easily beats KitchenAid in this category, thanks to its two new drying options – the AutoAir Dry and the CrystalDry.
KitchenAid’s high drying performance is thanks to the ProDry system and the optional extended ProDry. The fan-enabled ProDry system makes use of a recessed heating element that draws moisture off dishes and also sanitizes them. This is a remarkable improvement on the interior stainless-steel condenser drying method.
But the ProDry is no match for Bosch’s zeolite-based CrystalDry system. The CrystalDry option raises the temperature inside the dishwasher to 176F for optimum drying, and it does this without extra energy consumption! The AutoAir Dry opens the dishwasher automatically after cleaning to let in fresh air for enhanced drying.
Bosch offers 3 different drying options. As the price point gets higher, drying performance elevates from good to the best in class.
While KitchenAid has a better drying performance than some of the popular dishwasher brands, Bosch remains the best in the industry.
Cycles and Wash Options
Bosch and KitchenAid have very similar wash cycles and options. High-end KitchenAid dishwasher models like the KTDE334GPS have the Normal, Light, Tough, ProWash, Express Wash, Rinse Only, ProDry, and Extended ProDry cycles. The washing options also include the Heat Dry, Sani Rinse, Bottle Wash, Hi-Temp Wash, Top Rack Only, and 1-24 Hour Delay.
For Bosch 800 series, the cycles include the Normal, Auto, Eco, Heavy, Rinse Only, and Speed60, as seen in the SHXM88Z75N. The washing options include the CrystalDry, Eco, Delay, Half Load, Delicate, and Sanitize. These are very similar in performance to those of the KitchenAid KTDE334GPS.
Both brands have comparable selection of cycles and options.
In reliability, we test for how much complaints users make for each particular brand, and how long it takes before the average dishwasher user has to make repairs on a new dishwasher.
Bosch dishwashers are generally more reliable than KitchenAid dishwashers. This, however, does not mean a Bosch dishwasher won’t need repairs or give you problems.
Available Design Styles
Away from functionality, dishwasher design is one of the most important factors to consider, especially if you are one to pick aesthetics over performance.
Let’s look at how Bosch and KitchenAid measure up under these headings.
Door Design Options
Bosch dishwashers come in 5 major door design options:
• Recessed Handle: The dishwasher has a visible control panel with a reach-in handle.
• Pocket Handle: The control panel is hidden to create a clean profile; the door has a reach-in handle.
• Bar Handle: The control panel is hidden too, but the handle is a towel-bar style.
• Scoop Handle: Hidden controls with elegant reach-in handle.
• Custom Panel: The door can accept custom cabinet panels for a seamless kitchen finish. Controls are hidden too.
KitchenAid dishwashers have four similar major door design options:
• Hidden Top controls and Towel Bar handle
• Hidden Top controls and Pocket handle
• Panel ready designs (which makes models like the KDTM504EPA very desirable)
• Door with a glass window
Panel Ready Dishwashers to Match Your Cabinets
Panel ready dishwashers category is, perhaps, where Bosch completely outclasses KitchenAid.
KitchenAid dishwashers have a very major downside. No model is truly 24 inches (the depth of the standard kitchen cabinet). They are either 24 ¾-inches deep or 24 1/2 -inches deep, even without considering the handle. For this reason, most kitchen designers prefer the completely flush Bosch dishwashers for a seamless kitchen design finish.
Bosch dishwashers are made to seamlessly fit with your cabinets. They have plenty options if you want the front of the dishwasher to match your kitchen cabinets.
Bosch also has several panel ready dishwashers, like the Benchmark SGV68U53UC, for all price points, unlike KitchenAid with just the KDTM504EPA. If you truly want a custom kitchen finish, you are more likely to achieve this with Bosch than with KitchenAid.
Special Cases: 18-inch Dishwashers & ADA Height
Unlike KitchenAid, Bosch makes 18” Dishwashers, like the 800 Series SPX68U55UC, for small apartments and other kitchen uses. This also works well for those who may like to have a dishwasher for a secondary kitchen by the pool or at the bar.
Bosch also makes dishwashers that are considered suitable for raised floors and shorter countertop heights. ADA dishwashers have reduced height (32-inches as opposed to 33 or 34-inches). The controls and knobs also must be accessed readily with one arm. KitchenAid does not have ADA-compliant dishwashers.
KitchenAid does not make ADA height or 18-inch wide slim dishwashers. Bosch is a category leader for specialty dishwashers.
In interior design, the similarity between both brands ends in the stainless-steel interior and also the third rack, which is present in most of the models. The stainless-steel interior helps to improve drying (by condensation) than the plastic tub interior of earlier dishwasher models.
Let’s look at the differences between KitchenAid and Bosch in interior design:
High-end Bosch dishwashers have inner lights to light up the interior of the machine. There is also the InfoLight that projects on the floor to show that the dishwasher is working. KitchenAid dishwashers do not have interior lights or the InfoLight feature.
While both KitchenAid and Bosch have a 3rd rack in most of their top models, Bosch makes the extra rack function more exciting thanks to the MyWay Rack feature. The particular application is ideal for cereal bowls, ladles, ramekins, and more. This feature enhances 3rd rack flexibility and is reserved for high-end Bosch dishwasher models. Bosch also reserves a nozzle at the top for cleaning items on the third rack.
Adjusting the racks and tines
Rack adjustment may not matter much to you until you have to wash a big pot, and you realize it can’t fit into the dishwasher. This is where you will appreciate a dishwasher with a flexible rack system. Bosch dishwashers have an adjustable rack system that makes it easy to accommodate large pots and bowls. High-end KitchenAid dishwashers have racks that can be adjusted as well but are not as flexible as Bosch’s.
For the tines, KitchenAid dishwashers have a compact tine arrangement that enables you to fit in a higher number of plates than Bosch dishwashers. That is also partly responsible for their high load capacity. Both Bosch and KitchenAid (high-end) dishwashers also have an adjustable tine system, which makes it easy to place awkward items on the racks.
Connectivity and Smart Features
This is another category that clearly sets Bosch apart from KitchenAid as a dishwasher brand. KitchenAid has no dishwasher model with smart or connectivity features. Connectivity in KitchenAid home appliances is limited to their ovens and cooktops.
Some high-end (800 series and Benchmark) Bosch dishwashers come enabled with the connectivity feature. They have the voice control option and made to connect to the Bosch HomeConnect app. The HomeConnect app is one of the best and most responsive connectivity apps in the home appliances industry.
Both Bosch and KitchenAid have dishwashers for all price points and levels. Bosch has a better dishwasher distribution (by price) thanks to its five series – the 100, 300, 500, 800, and the Benchmark series. Each higher level has extra features (both in design and functionality) added to the models in the series.
You can choose to get a dishwasher from the 100 series or the 800 series, depending on your budget. If you desire the ultimate dishwasher experience, then you should go for the Bosch Benchmark series. KitchenAid is a premium dishwasher brand, so you should expect to get good dishwashers for higher prices (around $900).
Our Best Bosch and KitchenAid Dishwashers
Let’s briefly look at our top three dishwashers from both of the brands.
Top Three Bosch Dishwashers
1) Best Performance: Bosch SHPM65Z55N 500 Series
Bosch Dishwasher SHPM65Z55N
At $800 on average, the SHPM65Z55N - or also known as SHP865ZD5N- has fantastic features that rival some of the most expensive KitchenAid dishwashers.
It comes with a flexible rack system (with EasyGlide) to accommodate large pots and an elegant pocket handle design that matches any kitchen environment.
To complement the drying system, the SHPM65Z55N has the AutoAir drying option and also spots the Bosch InfoLight feature.
2) Best Overall: Bosch SHXM78Z55N 800 Series
Bosch Dishwasher SHXM78Z55N
The SHXM78Z55N -or also known as SHX878ZD5N- is the best of the renowned Bosch 800 series and also our top Bosch dishwasher. At 42dB, it is very quiet and comes with InfoLight, which lights up when the dishwasher is in operation.
There is the flexible rack system (with EasyGlide) and an impressive MyWay Rack 3rd rack. The dishwasher also has the zeolite-based CrystalDry option for the best drying performance.
Just like some 300 series dishwashers, the Bosch SHXM78Z55N has variants – the ADA-compliant and the 18” dishwasher. These all have Wi-Fi connectivity and also connect to the HomeConnect app.
3) Best Ultra-Premium: Bosch Benchmark Dishwasher SHV88PZ63N
Bosch Benchmark Dishwasher SHX878ZD5N
If you are looking for the ultimate dishwasher experience, then the almost-noiseless SHV88PZ63N is our recommended dishwasher.
It’s packed with features like the Wi-Fi connectivity, InfoLight, MyWay Rack, which is present in the SHX878ZD5N, and extra ones like water softener and interior lights.
The SHV88PZ63N also comes with a panel ready design for a custom and luxury kitchen finish.
Top three KitchenAid Dishwashers
KitchenAid 46dB KDPE234GPS (Budget Pick)
At 46dB, the KDPE234GPS is just as silent as a library room. It comes with a third rack to accommodate more load and also has the unique KitchenAid PrintShield fingerprint-proof finish. The model may not compare with high-end KitchenAid dishwashers, but its features are quite impressive for its low price.
KitchenAid 39dB KDTE334GPS (Most Quiet)
The KDTE334GPS is the quietest KitchenAid dishwashers and is almost noiseless. Besides the low silence level, the model is integrated, and also has the BottleWash system for washing baby bottles. It has a third rack for accommodating higher load and also has the ProScrub washing option for effective scrub.
KitchenAid 44dB KDTM354DSS (Best Value)
The Architect Series KDTM354DSS may not have a third rack for accommodating a higher load, but it does make up for that with some of the coolest features in the industry. It’s ultra-fine filter arguably makes it the dishwasher with the best filtration system in the market. It has a 40-jet spray option for concentrated washing and also a load sensor for determining the best washing option for each load.
KitchenAid and Bosch dishwashers are both excellent dishwasher brands that offer good value for the money. But besides the similarities in washing cycles and the stainless-steel interior, Bosch dishwashers manage to edge past KitchenAid in design, functionality, clearning performance, reliability, and even price.
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4 Reasons Why KitchenAid Dishwashers Blow Us Away
1. Never Leave a Dirty Dish Behind Again
If you have a large family or just often make lots of food, you’re bound to have a sink brimming with dirty dishes every day. And sometimes there just isn’t enough room in the dishwasher to fit everything. Instead of having to wait for your dishwasher’s current cycle to finish before putting in the next load, the (KDPM604KPS) for those stragglers.
You’ll get 35 percent , which is ideal for long, flat cooking tools like spatulas and serving utensils. Of course, you can also fit food processor blades, mixer beaters, cheese graters, and other similarly shaped unconventional cooking items.
Although, if a Third Level Rack isn’t enough, this which is the largest third rack available in the industry. Unlike the Third Level Rack which is made for utensils and long, skinny items, this FreeFlex Third Rack is deep and able to fit 6-inch glasses, mugs, and bowls.
The more you fill up these extra racks, the more space you free up in the two lower racks, so that no dirty dish gets left behind.
Bosch vs KitchenAid Dishwashers | Reviews & Top Picks
If you’re looking for a new dishwasher to help alleviate the burden of after-meal cleanup, then you should put your trust in two of the industry’s top-rated dishwasher brands: Bosch and KitchenAid. These two brands have both reached the pinnacle of dishwashing prowess with their high-end design and optimal dish care.
At a Glance:
Bosch vs KitchenAid Dishwashers [Comparison Chart]
Top Bosch Dishwasher Pick: Bosch 800 Series 24 Inch Dishwasher
Top KitchenAid Dishwasher Pick: KitchenAid 24 Inch Dishwasher with PrintShield Finish
Wash cycles, finish options, and rack displays are quite similar, whereas price, washing performance, and energy efficiency differ between each brand. For a complete breakdown and a list of some of our favorite dishwasher models, the experts at Albert Lee created this guide to help you make an informed decision when comparing Bosch vs KitchenAid dishwashers.
Comparing Bosch vs KitchenAid Dishwashers
KitchenAid was a top dishwasher brand well before Bosch became a household name; however, at a time where dishwashers were known for being noisy appliances, Bosch introduced the first ultra-quiet dishwasher. Over time, Bosch began to edge out KitchenAid in reliability, cleaning features, and drying, but KitchenAid still holds its own with an efficient set of features, loading options, and filtration settings.
To give you a better idea of the key similarities and differences, we wanted to examine one highly-rated dishwasher from each brand.
Now that we’ve set the stage with a quick comparison guide, let’s see what these brands have to offer.
Bosch Dishwashers Reviewed: A Brief Guide
Bosch dishwashers are categorized by different series, and each class type is separated by reliability and quality of features. The 100 and 300 series models are quite similar — the main difference is a greater variety of size options with the 300 series. Once you get into the 500 and 800 series models, you’ll notice much richer features.
The 500 series dishwasher introduces more wash cycles and features such as AquaStop Leak Protection and Delay Start. The 800 series dishwashers have premium features with many models including WiFi connectivity and CrystalDry, along with the lowest decibel ratings and custom finish options.
- Bosch is the Quietest Dishwasher Brand in the U.S. with decibel levels ranging from 42 to 50 dBA.
- Because the wash cycle is so quiet, the InfoLight shines on the floor, so you know the dishwasher is running.
- The PureDry system also features a Sanitize Option, which heats the water to 162 degrees and concludes each cycle with an extra hot wash.
- PrecisionWash continually scans and checks the progress of dishes throughout the cycle while powerful precision spray arms target every item in the wash bin.
- The Flexible 3rd Rack makes room for deeper items, and the adjustable tines allow you to customize the rack's loading space.
- Different handle options for each series type (pocket, recessed, bar, scoop, and custom)
Our Top Dishwasher Pick: Bosch 800 Series 24 Inch Dishwasher (SHEM78Z55N)
We highlighted a few key features of this model in our dishwasher comparison chart listed above, but we wanted to take a further look at the Bosch 800 series dishwasher. Besides the general specifications, this appliance features CrystalDry technology which efficiently turns moisture into heat, so dishes come out 60 percent drier.
The AquaStop leak protection system contains leaks through a precisely engineered system. If a leak occurs, the system contains it by shutting down operation and pumping out water. A spacious and flexible third loading rack includes convenient fold-town tines to increase the loading capacity by 30 percent.
The EasyGlide rack system provides a seamless loading experience, and the 24-Hour Delay Start Timer allows you to schedule your dish cycle to run at times where energy use is cheapest. We know you’re screaming with excitement, but the 42-decibel operation is whisper-quiet, so you’ll never have to listen to an interrupting cycle.
Click here for the best price: Bosch 800 Series 24 Inch Dishwasher (SHEM78Z55N)
KitchenAid Dishwashers Reviewed: A Brief Guide
KitchenAid wasn’t always known for quiet dishwashers, but new dishwasher models feature noise levels of 46 decibels or below, allowing them to keep pace with Bosch. KitchenAid’s strongest asset comes by way of its loading capacity and filtration system. With a common 24 inch dishwasher, you can wash up to 14 place settings in one cycle. For top-notch filtration, the triple filter system includes multiple ultra-fine layers to catch and remove small dirt particles and debris from the wash water.
KitchenAid’s drying performance is made possible by the ProDry system and the optional Extended ProDry. A recessed heating element draws moisture off your dishes and sanitizes them at the same time. It's similar to Bosch’s CrystalDry system, with the extended time ensuring dishes are completely dry every time.
- The Advanced Clean Water Wash System removes food particles during the wash cycle and circulates clean water to dishes.
- The Express Wash Cycle cleans dishes quickly so you can spend more time cooking, eating, and hosting.
- SatinGlide Max Rails provide versatile movement of each loading rack, even when they are completely full.
- Select dishwasher models will feature multiple stemware holders to secure wine glasses and prevent them from shifting around or breaking in the wash cycle.
- Specialty wash cycles such as Heat Dry, Sani Rinse, Bottle Wash, Hi-Temp Wash, Top Rack Only, and Sensor Wash.
- Different control options (front control, towel bar, pocket handle, glass door, panel ready)
Our Top Dishwasher Pick: KitchenAid 24 Inch Dishwasher with PrintShield Finish (KDFE104HPS)
Passionate cooks will appreciate the performance and style of a KitchenAid 24 inch dishwasher. The sleek controls and smudge-resistant finish provide a sophisticated design in any kitchen space. The One-Touch ProWash Cycle determines how full the dishwasher is and automatically adjusts the water level and cycle time for the most efficient cleaning performance.
The Heat Dry option and durable stainless-steel tub help facilitate drying, and like Bosch, KitchenAid offers glide rails in the upper rack to add a level of ease to your loading and unloading routine. And for additional dish care, position your dishes more freely with an upper rack fold-down shelf and stemware holders for your delicate glassware.
Click here for the best price: KitchenAid 24 Inch Dishwasher with PrintShield Finish (KDFE104HPS)
Which is Better?
Both Bosch and KitchenAid dishwashers provide a tremendous value and wide range of features. Among all the design similarities, Bosch dishwashers manage to outduel KitchenAid in terms of drying performance and functionality. However, KitchenAid’s cleaning prowess proves to be favored by product experts over similar Bosch models.
Additionally, Bosch leads the industry in noise-reducing dishwashers while KitchenAid’s selling points lie in their powerful filtration system and flexible loading capacity. If your deciding factor comes down to wash cycle options, both brands manufacture dynamic and reliable dishwashers with multiple wash settings.
The Best Dishwasher Selection in the Pacific Northwest
If you’re in the market for a new dishwasher, see for yourself how effective and efficient these dishwasher brands can be. While you’re browsing our catalog for Bosch and KitchenAid appliances, don’t forget to check out some reviews to see what other local customers are saying.
And finally, don’t forget to shop local and contact the appliance experts here at Albert Lee for more information. Give us a call or visit us at any of our six locations in the greater Seattle area.
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KitchenAid® 24" PrintShield™ Stainless Steel Built In Dishwasher-KDTM604KPS
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At a Glance
Keep up with the tools you use from prep to table with this dishwasher’s three racks of versatile loading possibilities and complete wash coverage. The FreeFlex™ Third Rack fits glasses, mugs, bowls, silverware and cooking tools, freeing up room below for pots, plates and mixing bowls. Advanced Clean Water Wash System circulates clean water to dishes in all three racks, and the Fan-Enabled ProDry™ System provides thorough drying, so dishes come out ready for more enjoying.
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