How to find the cheapest refrigerators
Consumer Reports says its review of refrigerators found the cheapest options are more expensive than its average.
The company’s research is based on customer reviews of consumer products and prices in its marketplace.
Consumer Reports found that the cheapest models are a 3-liter, 4-liter and 7-liter model.
The cheapest models have the lowest fuel efficiency of the three, and the cheapest model has a price tag of $10 more per month.
The cheapest 7-liters come in at $15 more per year.
The 3-litre has the lowest price of the group.
Consumer reports also found the lowest cost of a 7-quart refrigerator is $8 per month, but it will set you back $10 per month for a 12-quart unit.
The least expensive refrigerator has a base price of $12.50 per month but will set your house back $18.50 for a 25-quart fridge.
The lowest price for a 6-quart refrigeration is $7.50, and it will cost you $18 per month to buy a 15-quart version.
The most expensive refrigerator comes in at a whopping $30 per month on the list.
ConsumerReports recommends checking your refrigerator’s warranty first, before purchasing the refrigerator.
Consumer’s recommendations for the cheapest refrigerator range from a $15 to $30 monthly price, but they all include a service fee, and that is included in the price of your refrigerator.
Consumers report that they would pay $15 per month more for a refrigerator if it included a free replacement.
You can find a list of the cheapest and most expensive refrigerators at Consumer Reports.