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The front trim is available in an array of colors, if you think the design too sterile.
The D3 has an appealing compromise between the classic Viking industrial look and something a little more modern.
The range controls are conveniently located on the front so you don't have to reach over flames to adjust the burners.
The Viking's lack of an LCD screen is of the reasons that Vikings don't appear dated due to simple evergreen technology.
The grates aren't as heavy as a typical Viking pro range, but they are certainly sturdy enough. This is another example of the D3 as a more modern take on a pro range.
There are five burners under the continuous system of grates. The center burner is elongated to accommodate larger stoveware.