Updated: May 2, 2021
It is important to consider how you intend to use your RV when choosing appliances. If dry camping, you may want to consider all propane appliances. If using electric hookups, you may consider a mixture of both.
RV Ovens use propane to cook food. Many newer models have electric ignitors built-in, but older models may require you to manually light the flame using a striker.
Common Oven brands include: Dometic/Atwood, Furrion, & Suburban.
The two most common types of RV Stovetops are gas or electric. Gas stovetops run on propane and can be lit using a match or built-in striker. Electric stovetops come in the traditional burner or glass top induction.
Common Stove Top brands include: Dometic/Atwood, Furrion, Greystone, & Suburban.
RV Refrigerators can be gas, electric, or a combination of both. Sizes range from mini (3 cu ft) to full-size residential (18+ cu ft). An important thing to be aware of is that it can take up to 48 hours to become completely cold and requires being on level ground.
Common Refrigerator brands include: Dometic/Atwood, Everchill, Furrion & Norcold.
RV Microwaves can be conventional or convection options. It's important to consider the amount of power used when selecting a microwave.
Common Microwave brands include: Advent, Contoure, Furrion, Greystone, High Pointe, Hisense, LG, & Samsung.