The LG Group is a Korean conglomerate that has been in business since 1947. LG manufactures televisions, refrigerators, dishwashers, ranges, dehumidifiers, cell phones and washing machines. The brand name LG was established in 1995. It is an abbreviation for the former name of the company, "Lucky-Goldstar." LG manufactures several different models of washing machines. All LG washing machines are front loading.

The LG Tromm SteamWasher is a striking machine available in a brilliant Wild Cherry Red color. This washing machine stands out. Dual LED display and Intelligent Electronic Controls make programming simple. This 4.0 cu.ft. model works up a spin rate of 1200 RPM for efficient water extraction. The SteamWash system gives you better washing performance while also deliver improved water and energy efficiency. Its Direct Drive Motor is built for reliability. This machine features 9 different washing programs and 5 temperature levels. A Sanitary Cycle gives you the security of knowing bacteria has been eliminated. This machine is stackable in combination with an LG dryer. Besides Wild Cherry Red, it is also available in a more humdrum white.

The LG XL Front Load washing machine has a capacity of 3.83 cu.ft. The LG SenseClean System for intelligent fabric care gives this machine outstanding water and energy efficiency. This machine offers 7 different washing programs and 5 temperatures. Selecting a wash program is easy with its electronic control panel. This unit is stackable with a matching LG dryer. Colors available are titanium, white and black.

LG's WM1814CW model is their basic washer for those looking for great quality on a budget. This front-loading, stackable washer has 5 washing programs and 5 programmable temperature levels. Maximum spin rate is 900 RPM. It features a Direct Drive Motor just like the more expensive LG models. This unit is Energy Star compliant. It is available in traditional white only.

LG washing machines are stylish, yet functional. They are loaded with features to make laundry a breeze, rather than a chore.



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