KitchenAid KUDE70FXSS Superba Series Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher

 ProDry Option Energy Star

ProDry Option Energy Star

Efficiently combining elegant styling and smart functionality, this KitchenAid KUDE70FXSS Built-in Dishwasher works just as hard around the kitchen. Not only does it wash dishes and glassware efficiently, it also dries them perfectly through the ProDry Option. Its ENERGY STAR qualification makes this green home appliance a worthy investment, as it helps in conserving energy use and in minimizing your electricity bills.

Interior Features
  • This dishwasher has a number of attractive features. One is the ProDry option which dries all your dishes and glassware at the right temperature so you never have to worry about guessing which drying settings you need to opt for. The ProScrub Option utilizes up to 36 powerful sprays so as to get rid of the most stubborn stains. Yet with the WhisperQuiet Sound Insulation System, you get a noiseless yet efficient washing cycle each time.
  • It comes with an Optimum Wash Sensor which manages water flow so you get thoroughly clean results after each dishwashing procedure. There are 6 different cycles and 7 different options to choose from. With its ENERGY STAR qualification moreover, you can save on your electricity bills from one month to the next.
  • An ergonomic design is employed for the fully integrated console so that you get an easy to use appliance that blends well into any kitchen. There is a separate culinary tool rack which allows you to wash and dry your cutlery and culinary tools more efficiently. Premium rails or the SatinGlide Max System allows you to easily load each of the racks with dishes, while the commercial grade stainless steel interior reflect excellent craftsmanship.

    Exterior Features

  • This built-in dishwasher is available in a stainless steel exterior styling. Since it is styled in a tall tub design, you get an excellent-capacity kitchen appliance that saves you considerable kitchen space.

    Dimension Specifications

    Depth: 24 1/2 inches
    Height: 33 7/8 inches
    Width: 23 7/8 inches


    The built-in design of this dishwasher makes it easier for you to have it complement your kitchen. Retrieve only completely dried dishes from your dishwasher, as the ProDry Option takes care of the drying cycle after the dishwashing procedure. Get rid of the most difficult-to-eliminate stains from your pots, pans, and dishes through the ProScrub Option. Load as much dishes and glassware into your dishwasher flexibly through the SatinGlide Max System rails. Enjoy a quiet dishwashing operation in your kitchen as this dishwasher is one of the quietest around. The Whisper Quiet Sound Insulation System helps accomplish this. Choose the right dishwashing option depending on your cleaning requirements with its 6 different cycles and 7 different options.


    Available only in stainless steel design, there are no other colors or exterior styling to choose from. This dishwasher does not have a built-in hard food disposer, which would have otherwise been useful in the easy elimination of left-over food.


  • elegant design
  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • easy to use
  • flexible racks
  • top notch performance
  • durable nylon racks
  • space saving tall tub design
  • excellent dishwashing and heating


  • available only in stainless steel design
  • no built-in hard food disposer

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    Nov 13, 2013
    Buyer Beware
    by: Yet Another Anonymous

    This Superba is NOT superb! Read LOTS of reviews if you are considering buying this machine. Then if you still want to actually purchase this KUDE70FXSS you would be foolish indeed not to buy a repair warrantee at time of purchase, because you will most assuredly NEED it!

    Our machine was installed in a new kitchen island in 2010. Only positive feature is that it operates quietly; it's never been great on cleaning. It's now apparent the &@#$% machine has been leaking for a VERY long time, given it's used only 2-3 times per week with our family of 2, and as a result, water has soaked into the interior woods/walls/footings of the island.

    Recently noticed water seeping from under the wooden island at the back of the dishwasher, the first sign of something amiss. Good thing we decided to purchase an after-sales repair warrantee at time of service appt. The repair is now up to $900+ and still counting.

    1st technician noticed lots of rust on the machine/wires,soap scum dried on tiles under the machine, and damaged wood when the machine was pulled out of the island. He ordered new tub, pump, motor. Door wouldn't close after repair, so 2nd tech ordered yet another part. Now awaiting 3rd repair appt. Warrantee will help with machine repair but not island damage. (We were told a warrantee bought at time of purchase would have covered the island damage, but that's a moot point now).

    Always thought Kitchen Aid to be a good product with strong customer service.........SOOO WRONG! Beware and good luck if you purchase this Kitchen Aid KUDE70FXSS dishwasher!

    Apr 18, 2013
    Your dishwasher sucks
    by: Anonymous

    The built-in-the-door sensor has a mind of its own. The dishwasher worked okay until a week before the 1-year warranty was up. Then, after a dinner party and a full load, I went to press the "normal wash" and nothing happened. The panel lights didn't go on. I tried shutting off the breaker (as someone suggested) and nothing happened. Called the repair man from Sears who came 5 days later. I showed him what "didn't" happen and darned if the lights came on and the dishwasher started! He told me the sensor is VERY sensitive and can become confused if there is a power surge. Nothing he could do. So, I was able to put 2 more loads through in the week following and then the same thing happened again. Now it's been 3 days and I can't start the damned thing. No sense calling the repairman again because there's nothing he can do. So I wait....

    But tomorrow I'm going to Sears (in St. Catharines, ON) and blast the salesman and tell him NOT to sell any more of these "overly sensitive" dishwashers. KitchenAid dishwashers truly suck!

    Aug 10, 2012
    kitchenaid dishwasher sucks
    by: Anonymous

    This is the worst & most expensive dishwasher. It doesn't clean your dishes. The cheesy plastic part in the inside of the door melted. Now, the door comes crashing down and it's noisy.

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