We are going to see if we can shoehorn a dishwasher into our site-built 1926 kitchen cabinets. (As my neighbor said those original ice boxes are charming, but a dishwasher is so much more charming). The cabinets are only 22 inches deep. We think a Bosch can be squeezed in there.
So the question is, which Bosch? I don't care about number of wash cycles--I find I only use one anyway. I don't care where the controls are located. Any of the Bosch dishwashers are likely going to be quiet enough for us so that's not an important point. I care most about how clean it gets the dishes and how durable/repair-free it will be. Cost is also an important factor.
It looks to me like the 300s have the all stainless steel tubs, which seems like a worthwhile upgrade from a durability perspective.
Any reasons I should go up to the 500s? I think the 800s are out of the question in terms of price.
I did do the GW search and read the previous threads, but want to make sure I am not missing something.
Here is a link that might be useful: Bosch 300