From America's #1 preferred laundry brand comes a premium laundry experience equipped with the PowerWash® Cycle for the best cleaning in the industry. To keep your household's clothes, fabrics and special items ready for daily life, this high-efficiency 4.3 cu. ft. washer includes a 10-year limited parts warranty1 and Maytag® Commercial Technology. The 16-hour Fresh Hold® option keeps clothes left in the washer fresh. By meeting CEE Tier 32 standards, this model helps you save on utility bills. It also has an NSF Certified Sanitize setting, which removes 99.9% of household bacteria3. Why do we put so much thought into your laundry? So you don't have to.
The PowerWash® cycle helps remove everyday tough stains in a single wash by using a combination of extra wash action and heated water.
This cycle combines extra-cleaning action and a deep rinse to thoroughly clean dirty loads. The built-in water heater ensures enhanced soil and stain removal.
We take pride in building strong, reliable appliances for your home. Better Built by hard-working employees and delivered straight from Clyde, Ohio to you, these washers are designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A.
Maxima XL™ & Maxima X™ washers bring long-lasting, commercial-grade components that you can depend on into your home. The pump impeller, corrosion-resistant springs and dampers are all built to easily handle load after load, week after week.
Circulating air in the washer helps keep clean laundry smelling fresh and helps keep wrinkles from setting in for up to 16 hours after the wash cycle ends. Plus, dry a small load in the washer overnight or dry out the washer between loads. This option may be selected manually at any time to dry out the interior of the washer.
A washer cycle that has been proven to eliminate 95 percent of common allergens, such as dust mites and pet dander, from fabrics.
1 Visit maytag.com for warranty details.
2 Based on the Consortium for Energy Efficiency qualified product ratings. Visit cee1.org for more information.
3 Bacteria tested were K. pneumonia, P. aureginosa and S. aureus.