Choosing a Great Gas Grill: Top 10 of 2019

Choosing a Great Gas Grill: Top 10 of 2019

Freshly seared steak, charred vegetables, an evenly grilled chicken, all wafting on a summer breeze…but it’s not coming from your yard. Instead, those smells tell you that the neighbor next door has pulled out his gas grill and has begun cooking for his family and friends. Now’s the time for you to finally get a gas grill of your own, so that you too can enjoy all of the delicious flavors that only cooking with gas can provide. But which grill should you buy?

Some longtime grillmasters will swear by their favorite brand or model, maybe even the same grill that they’ve used for several decades. But in reality, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all grill for every situation. Many commercials will claim that they have “the best” grill available, but not every gas grill is built to the same standard.

Of course, you need to find the best gas grill for you. No two gas grills are precisely alike, though, so it’s crucial to find the grill that’s right for your needs, your wallet, and your space. Because of rising competitions between major brands like Coleman, Weber, and Char-Broil, many of the best, feature-packed grills available on the market today are also some of the most affordable. Once you start appreciating the wide selection, you’ll see that you won’t need to compromise between cost and quality when picking out your gas grill.

Rather than shopping store to store, comparing every last feature and price, you need somewhere that provides you a concise, side-by-side of some of the hottest gas grills available in stores. I’ve reviewed 10 of the best-selling gas grills available today, including the Coleman Propane Grill LXE portable gas grill and the Kenmore 4 Burner cabinet gas grill, to meet that precise need.

Some gas grills, like the Thermos 300 Cabinet Liquid Propane Gas Grill, make a perfect centerpiece on a patio or porch. The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable Gas Grill, on the other hand, is the perfect addition to any travel kit – from the campground to the stadium tailgate and beyond. Whatever your needs, there is a gas grill ready and waiting to serve up all of your summertime favorites.

For each product, I’ve compared many of the most important specification for you to consider when purchasing a gas grill, including size, form factor, portability, cooking space, and construction materials. Nearly every grill comes with special features that set them apart from the pack, so I’ve also highlighted those that I believe will make a major difference for your gas grilling experience. Finally, each review includes a succinct pros and cons list, allowing you to make an informed choice about what gas grill is best for you

  • Cooking Surface Area – 285 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-coated cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Steel;
  • BTUs – 20,000;
  • Extra Features – Low-profile collapsible stand, InstaStart ignition, PerfectFlow pressure control system.

The Coleman Propane Grill LXE represents a new standard in portable gas grills. Rather than needing a tabletop or other place to rest, the Coleman LXE includes its own stand that easily folds up and travels alongside the main implement. More and more Coleman LXEs are beginning to show up at campgrounds, public parks, and stadium parking lots with good reason. They provide the ideal balance between performance and portability when it comes to gas grills.

Cooking on the Coleman LXE feels just like cooking on a full cabinet gas grill at home. With 285 sq. inches of cooking space, you’ll have plenty of room to cook up everyone’s favorite hot dogs, brats, and seared vegetables. The porcelain-coated cast iron cooking surface plays perfects with propane-produced heat, allowing it to heat and grill your food evenly without adding unnecessary burns and hot pockets.

If you’re looking to branch out from the usual picnic fair, the Coleman LXE even features an interchangeable cooktop system that will enable you to cook with a griddle and stove grate at your convenience. After cooking, each of the cast iron cooking surfaces are easy to clean, allowing you to focus on enjoying your meal rather than chipping off carbonized food bits. Grease and gristle aren’t a hassle with this model, either, as the removable drip pan makes addressing debris a quick job.

Simple assembly is one of the Coleman LXE’s greatest assets. All you need to do is lift the main body, lock it into place, safely attach the propane cylinder, and you’ll be ready throw on your favorite meats and vegetables. When it’s time to light up this gas grill, you won’t even need to fiddle with matches and grill. Thanks to the InstaStart ignition system, you’ll get a consistent, safe spark each and every time you want to grill up a snack or a meal. The Coleman LXE also comes in a rainbow of colors, allowing you to express yourself visually or maybe even show off your team pride at the tailgate.

When it’s time to pack up, the Coleman LXE packs down in mere minutes. Once packed flat, this gas grill features a convenient towing handle for easy transport. With its low profile and compact form factor, the Coleman LXE fits easily in your car’s trunk – something that can be said of few other grills on the market. Its 3-year limited warranty also ensures that you are happy with this model, through and through.

Coleman LXE owners have only positive words to say about their new favorite portable grill. While many complement its performance when compared to traditional gas grills, others applaud this model’s unique ability to pack down and transport on its own power. At the park, at the game, by the pool – Coleman LXE owners have found all kinds of new places to grill and enjoy company thanks to this grill’s exceptional portability.

Whether for its performance or its portability, you’ll find the kind of grill you’re looking for in the Coleman LXE. No matter where you are headed, this grill will help you supply BBQ to all of your friends and family.

Upsides
  • Exceptionally portable
  • Even cooking surface
  • Comes in a variety of colors
Downsides
  • Standard quality construction
  • Cooking Surface Area – 513 sq. inches (210 sq. inch warming rack);
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-coated cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Stainless-steel;
  • BTUs – 60,000;
  • Extra Features – Full stainless-steel body, rotisserie mount, heavy duty swivel casters, enclosed cabinet-style cart, side burner.

When you’re ready to take your gas grilling game to the next level, step up to the Monument Grills 17842 Stainless Steel Propane Gas Grill and learn first-hand about its premium gas grilling experience. From its exceptionally rugged exterior case design to its portfolio of extra features, the Monument Grills 17842 embodies a top-of-the-line gas grilling experience that will surely have family and guests jumping back in line for seconds.

Cooking with the Monument Grills 17842 is a treat, like driving a sports car. Its porcelain-coated cast iron cooking surface provides 513 sq. inches of grilling space, which is easily enough room for up to 25 hamburgers at once. As you cook, you won’t need to leave all of those burgers on for the full amount of time. If you prefer your hamburgers a bit rare, you’ll be able to set those burgers up on the 210 sq. inch warming rack, ensuring that they lock in their flavor until it’s time to serve.

With 60,000 BTUs spread between four main burners, you’ll have plenty of powerful heat spread across the Monument Grills 17842’s cooking surface. But to add in even more versatility and cooking power, you’ll also be able to engage the side burner – a feature that even other high-end gas grills cannot boast.

Once you get a hang of grilling with the Monument Grills 17842, you’ll be able to pop a rotisserie into the built-in rotisserie mounts to grill up the juiciest, most delicious chicken or other fowl you’ve ever prepared at home.

Some gas grills feature stainless-steel panels in a support role, to give the appearance that their exterior construction is built to take a hit. The Monument Grills 17842 doesn’t need to pretend about its rugged construction, though, as it features an entirely stainless-steel exterior construction. In fact, this gas grill’s exterior is more like a suit of armor, protecting the exceptional internal grilling implements year after year from any external harm that may threaten it.

The Monument Grills 17842’s enclosed cabinet form factor allows for an aesthetically pleasing bonus feature. With double-door access to the lower section, you’ll be able to hide away the bulky propane container, preserving the seamless stainless-steel appeal of this grill’s exterior. As a result, this gas grill model makes a perfect centerpiece for a well-built deck or patio area. As soon as guests arrive, they’ll flock over to you in order to get a closer look at the modern machine you’re grilling on.

The Monument Grills 17842 also provides several extra features that really help keep it in its own league of 4-burner gas grills. For example, all four of the heavy-duty front-facing swivel casters feature blue LED backlighting, allowing you to control your grill’s output with ease even as the sun begins to set. You’ll also have space to prepare and serve your grilled creations, with a pair of stainless-steel shelves flanking each side.

Owners of the Monument Grills 17842 agree: this is a solid gas grill that is built to last and built to provide one of the finest gas grilling experiences available on the market today. Some have even noted that you could pay more for a lesser gas grill, but balk at the notion after using the Monument Grills 17842. You’ll join this collection of satisfied customers as well after trying out the Monument Grills 17842. This model is a premium experience from which you’ll never turn back.

Upsides
  • Four main burners with a side burner
  • Full stainless-steel construction
  • Built-in rotisserie mount
Downsides
  • Larger-than-average size is not ideal for tight spaces
  • Cooking Surface Area – 320 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Stainless- steel;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Steel;
  • BTUs – 9,000;
  • Extra Features – Compact form factor, TRU-Infrared cooking system.

Many believe that having a gas grill on their porch or patio means sacrificing valuable space to a heavy implement that’s only used for part of the year. But the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Patio Bistro Gas Grill serves as a reminder that you can maximize space while still lighting up your entertainment venue with a gas grilling centerpiece. Even if your yard is the size of a thimble, you’ll be able to find a space for the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared

With an easy-to-use ignition and gas control panel, you’ll be up and grilling in no time. Once the flames are rolling, you’ll have 320 sq. inches of cooking surface upon which you can grill everyone’s favorite meats, vegetables, and even fruits (such as pineapple). You’ll have space for up to 12 hamburgers at a time, so feel free to invite over friends and family to enjoy an intimate afternoon around the grill.

While you cook, you won’t need to worry about flareups. The built-in TRU-Infrared cooking system easily tackles flareups, ensuring that all of your food is evenly cooked every time. Fewer flareups also keeps you safer while you man the grill, especially while cooking with raw meats. If you’re looking to add new flavors to your grilled foods, the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared even allows you to add wood chips directly.

At the end of the season, this grill won’t rest (in place, that is). With its built-in pair of wheels, you’ll be able to easily move this grill to storage during the off season. Unlike other gas grills that take up an excessive amount of space in your garage or shed, the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared’s compact form factor allows you to store it away even when storage space is at a premium.

Many Char-Broil TRU-Infrared owners have found this gas grill model to be the exact grill they were looking for. As expected, the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared’s small over footprint has been especially appreciated by those in tight living spaces. One reviewer noted that their hesitance about switching from a charcoal grill to a gas grill was entirely dissolved once their worked with the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared for the first time. Another satisfied customer noted that after several years of using his original Char-Broil TRU-Infrared, he was already promising to purchase another, knowing that he was certain to get yet another productive gas grill out of the transaction.

In so many words, the Char-Broil TRU-Infrared has a spot in any gas grilling line up. Even with its compact form factor, this model does not sacrifice performance or ease-of-use. This small patio grill still has the power to cook all of your favorite meats and vegetables and feed family and friends for many summers to come.

Upsides
  • Compact form factor
  • TRU-Infrared Cooking system
  • Continuous performance
Downsides
  • Lower-than-average BTU output
  • Cooking Surface Area – 200 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Stainless-steel;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Die cast aluminum;
  • BTUs – 9,500 ;
  • Extra Features – toolbox-style form factor, TRU-Infrared cooking system, “Cool Touch” heat resistant handles, hood-mounted temperature gauge.

If you’ve ever been backpacking or back-country camping, you know that buying the best-quality gear can be the difference between thriving in nature and spending each day on the trail miserable. Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable Liquid Propane Gas Grill won’t leave you miserable. In fact, this grill will do just the opposite. The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 is rugged gas grill that is made to go where you go and take a hit along the way. When your gas grilling needs take you off the beaten path, you’ll have reliability and performance packed in with the Char-Broil Grill2Go X200.

While cooking on the Char-Broil Grill2Go X200, you’ll hardly know that you’re grilling on a portable unit. With 200 sq. inches of stainless-steel cooking space, you’ll have room to cook a hearty meal for your friends when it’s time to make camp. Like other well-regarded Char-Broil models, the Grill2Go X200 features the unique TRU-Infrared cooking system. This system ensures that your food is cooked as evenly as possible while keeping cook times to a minimum. The TRU-Infrared system also decreases flare ups, ensuring that you’ll stay safe while you work at this gas grill.

Unlike other cooking systems in comparable portable gas grills, the TRU-Infrared system also maximizes your propane usage and decreasing your fuel costs over time. This model is compatible with 16.4 oz. cylinders, so you won’t have to worry about trekking around heavy, unruly propane cylinders to your grilling location.

With push-button ignition and a hood-mounted temperature gauge, you’ll be in full control while you grill up lunch or dinner for friends. And when it’s time to take your grilled creations off the heat, your fingers will be safe from burns and scalds thanks to the “Cool Touch” heat resistant handles.

The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200’s construction is a top asset, allowing this grill to make a trip to the beach, the campsite, the RV, and back while remaining as productive as ever. No other comparable gas grill features a die cast aluminum lid and firebox, making this model among the sturdiest and reliable in terms of construction year after year. The Char-Broil Grill2Go X200’s unique toolbox form factor – complete with latch – allows you to transport and store this grill without worry.

Char-Broil takes pride in the rugged construction of its Grill2Go X200 portable gas grill. But if the grill takes a hit it cannot bounce back from, Char-Broil offers a 5-year warranty that ensures your overall satisfaction with their product.

Owners of this model are adamant in declaring that among the many portable gas grill available today, the Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 is among the best. Many note that its unique toolbox-style form factor is “portable done right” while still maximizing grilling performance. Owners of other Char-Broil grills are also pleased to see the TRU-Infrared cooking system implanted into a portable gas grill, allowing them to cook as they would at home while on the road.

Though it’s rare to find industry-standard gas grilling capabilities in a portable gas grill, Char-Broil has found a way to pack it into the Grill2Go X200. All of that capability is protected by cast aluminum construction that won’t break after taking a hit. For many years of gas grilling on a model that is made to stand up in the rugged back country, the Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 is the way to go.

Upsides
  • Compact, toolbox-style form factor
  • TRU-Infrared cooking system
  • Cast aluminum construction
Downsides
  • Limited cooking space
  • Cooking Surface Area – 285 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-coated cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Steel;
  • BTUs – 22,000 ;
  • Extra Features – Top-facing thermometer, metal side tables, collapsible frame, PerfectFlow delivery system.

When it’s time to take your grilling skills on the road, the Coleman RoadTrip LXX Portable Propane Grill must be your go-to grilling implement. With a collapsible, portable design, you’ll have no problem bringing this grill to the park or to the tailgate. In action, the Coleman RoadTrip LXX shows that its more than a portable gas grill – it also has the power and versatility to rival even cabinet-style gas grills

Setting up the Coleman RoadTrip LXX takes only minutes, with its unique lift-lock-and-light system allowing you to move swiftly from set-up to cooking. This model doesn’t require a bulky, heavy propane cylinder either- only a convenient-sized 16.4 oz. propane container. Once it’s time to light up, an even flame will only be a touch away with the built-in Instastart ignition button. Once the flame is rolling, you’ll be able to precipitate a wide temperature range – especially for a portable model – with the easy-to-adjust dual burners.

With room for burgers, chicken, corn, and more across its 285 sq. inch cooking surface, you’ll have friends and family lining once they smell what you’re cooking up. As you cook, you can be sure that the Coleman RoadTrip LXX provides even heat dispersion thanks to its porcelain-coated cast iron cook surface. Moreover, the built-in PerfectFlow gas delivery system keeps an even flame, even as you grill over an extended period of time or in cold, windy conditions.

Portable grills don’t always offer you versatility, but the Coleman RoadTrip LXX sure does. With its interchangeable cooking surface plates, you’ll be able to cook more than just barbeque. With a griddle cooking surface and stove top cooking surface available, you’ll be surprised what kinds of new cooking opportunities open for you while working on this gas grill.

Working at the grill can be busy work, which the Coleman RoadTrip LXX takes into account with its added features. With a built-in temperature gauge, you’ll be able to easily ensure your meats and vegetables are cooked at precisely the right temperature. In addition, the Coleman RoadTrip LXX features three handy utensil hooks, ideal for hanging your tongs and other cooking implements while you show off your burger flipping skils

When it’s clean up time, you won’t need to spend a bunch of extra time caring for the Coleman RoadTrip LXX. The porcelain-coated cast iron cook surface is easy to clean, as are the removable grease trays. In mere minutes, you’ll have this portable grill back in working order, allowing you to focus on conversing with your guests and enjoying yourself.

Grilling on a portable gas grill doesn’t have to be a chore with the Coleman RoadTrip LXX. After just one use, you’ll see why this model is a favorite for everyone who appreciates well-cooked barbeque away from home.

Upsides
  • Built-in temperature gauge
  • Simple set up and storage
  • Versatile cooking surfaces available
Downsides
  • Standard-level exterior construction
  • Cooking Surface Area – 240 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-coated cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Double wall stainless-steel;
  • BTUs – 12,000;
  • Extra Features – Tabletop form factor, twist-to-start ignition, built-in hood thermometer, fold-out side tables.

The capacity and features of a large cabinet grill…the size and form factor of a portable…both come together in the Cuisinart CGG-200 Tabletop Gas Grill. This model is the best of both worlds when it comes to portability and performance, meaning that you won’t be forced to compromise either when you purchase a gas grill. For a small patio, deck, or balcony, there’s no better gas grill than the Cuisinart CGG-200 Tabletop Gas Grill.

With a flick of the wrist, you’ll have this grill hot and ready to cook thanks to its unique twist-to-start ignition system. With the fire rolling, you’ll be ready to place your grilling favorites across the 240 sq. inches of porcelain-coated cast iron cooking surface. The cast iron cooking surface – paired with a specialty heat distributing panel – allows your food to cook evenly without burning. But if you’re looking to add aesthetically pleasing grill lines to your burgers and chicken, this grill is designed to do so right around 400 degrees. This grill also traps heat like few other portable gas grills using its double wall stainless-steel lid.

While you grill, you won’t have to struggle to find a place for all of your grilling accessories. A pair of fold-out steel tables allow you to safely rest your cooking instruments while you assemble and serve your grilled creations. Once the grill cools down, you’ll be able to slide these tables back into the grill’s hood for easy storage and transport.

In terms of construction, the Cuisinart CGG-200 carries the aesthetic qualities of a full gas grill while preserving a portable form factor. This model’s double wall stainless-steel exterior provides the appearance a fully-fledged gas grill, making it perfect to place as the centerpiece of your outdoor entertainment venue. If you want to take the Cuisinart CGG-200 to the beach or to a tailgate, you’ll be able to easily lift its 35 lbs. body using the convenient side handles.

Veteran grillmasters and new grillers alike believe the Cuisinart CGG-200 meets (and often exceeds) their expectations. Portable grills have a reputation for compromising performance for portability. But not so with the Cuisinart CGG-200, which balances a strong cooking standard with ease of use. Reviewers note that if you plan on buying a portable gas grill that is as valuable at on the porch as it is on the beach or at RV side, the Cuisinart CGG-200 is a solid selection.

When it comes to combining large grill features in a portable form factor, this model excels. Chicken, roast, steak, hamburgers, seafood…you name it, the Cuisinart CGG-200 has the power to cook it up just right.

Upsides
  • Double wall stainless-steel construction
  • Convenient steel side tables
  • Twist-to-start ignition system
Downsides
  • Sub-par customer support
  • Cooking Surface Area – 280 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-enameled cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Cast aluminum;
  • BTUs – 12,000 BTUs;
  • Extra Features – “Infinite control” burner valve, electronic ignition, glass-reinforced nylon frame.

When you take a portable gas grill on the road, you expect a certain level of performance given its compact frame. The Weber Q2200 Gas Grill doesn’t ask you to lower such expectations. Rather, this gas grill rises to the occasion and finds the ideal balance between tabletop form factor and full-value performance.

Across its 280 sq. inches of cooking surface, you’ll have plenty of space to cook summertime favorites, no matter how many folks you’re serving. No matter what you cook, you’ll be sure to have excellent control over their cooking temperature. The “infinite control” burner valve provides plenty of temperature variation, ideal for any cooking job.

The Weber Q2200 is built to last as well, with its cast aluminum body standing up to wear and the elements. The porcelain-enameled cast iron can also take the heat, allowing you to cook on an effective cooking surface season after season. A pair of folding side tables also allow you the versatility of space needed to complete your grilling job with ease.

Weber Q2200 owners love their new portable gas grills. They’ve cooked everything from ribs to ribeye steaks, baked potatoes to corn and beyond on their new favorite gas grills. The Weber Q2200 is even fuel efficient, with one owner noting that they were able to cook up to 10 full meals using just one 16.4 oz. propane cylinder. Many other owners declare that this model is an excellent replacement for those that come standard with most RVs.

Upsides
  • Cat aluminum body
  • “Infinite control” burner valve
  • Balance between performance and value
Downsides
  • Heavier than most portable models
  • Cooking Surface Area – 360 sq. inches (+ 170 sq. inch warming rack);
  • Cooking Surface Material – Porcelain-enameled steel;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Porcelain-coated steel;
  • BTUs – 30,000;
  • Extra Features – Warming rack, in-line burners, Piezo ignition system, built-in wheels.

Many cabinet-style gas grills are pricey, so much so that some don’t feel that they can afford such a high-powered appliance. The Char-Broil Classic 360 Liquid Propane Gas Grill serves as a reminder that there are affordable options, even when it comes to purchasing a larger gas grill. A fine standard for cabinet-class gas grills, the Char-Broil Classic 360 provides a solid grilling experience without going overboard with added features.

Those features included in the Char-Broil Classic 360 are among the most useful, especially for an everyday griller. Unlike most other gas grills available, the Char-Broil Classic 360 makes use of the modern Piezo ignition system. This ignition method is safer and more reliable, even several years after purchasing the grill. Once ignited, you’ll begin to feel the heat coming from 30,000 BTUs across three burners – plenty of heat to sear a stake to flavorful perfection.

As you cook on the Char-Broil Classic 360, you’ll enjoy the benefit of its stainless-steel inline burners. These durable burners are built for long-lasting performance, especially when compared to standard “pancake” burners. The cooking surface itself measures at around 360 sq. inches, plenty of room for upwards of 15 hamburgers at once. If you’re cooking burgers (or any other meat) with a mix of rare and well-done finishes, you’ll be able to control how the meat cooks by placing finished products on the 170 sq. inch warming rack until you’re ready to serve. You can even use the warming rack to toast buns or soften grilled fruit!

With twin wing-style shelves on each side of the grill, you’ll never run out of space while you prepare and serve your delectable grilled foods. Whether you’re moving the Char-Broil Classic 360 to the shed, the front yard, or all the way to the park, you’ll be able to do so with ease. Among the lightest cabinet-type gas grills at 48 lbs., this gas grill rolls easily upon its two built-in, weather resistant wheels.

Char-Broil Classic 360 owner overwhelmingly regard their new gas grill positively. Veteran outdoor chefs roundly applaud this model’s 30,000 BTU output, especially given its parred down design. New grillers complement its simple interface (not to mention reasonable price point), making it perfect for the everyday griller.

Upsides
  • 3-burners at 30,000 total BTUs
  • Piezo ignition system
  • Great value and performance
Downsides
  • Lots of assembly required
  • Cooking Surface Area – 300 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Steel;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Porcelain-coated steel;
  • BTUs – 30,000;
  • Extra Features – Piezo ignition system, 4-wheel body, easy-to-clean body and grate.

The Thermos 300 2-Burner Cabinet Liquid Propane Gas Grill represents another strong option in the large gas grill market. While this cabinet grill is equipped with many class-standard features, its overall form factor allows it to better fit into more space-conscious settings, such as patio and porches. The Thermos 300 provides all the power you need mixed with solid construction, ensuring that you’ll be grilling on this implement for the long haul.

To start, the Thermos 300 can be started without matches or a grill lighter. Instead, it relies on its built-in Piezo ignition system in order get the fire burning. This type of igniter uses piezoelectricity stored inside a piece of quartz crystal in order to create the reliable spark you need to start grilling. When the quartz is struck (after pressing the front-facing igniter button), a hammer strikes the crystal, causing it to discharge a spark and ignite the propane gas immediately.

With the grill warming up, you’ll be ready to add hamburgers, hot dogs, corn, and more onto the 300 sq. inch steel cooking surface. In just minutes, your food will begin to take on that finished glow. The stainless-steel burners provide even heat across the breadth of the cooking surface, ensuring that every family member and guest gets a perfectly cooked entrée that is free of charred carbon.

Unlike most cabinet-style gas grills, the Thermos 300 can be moved with ease, thanks to its four built-in wheels. Though the Thermos 300 is built to last – from its frame down through its cooking components – Thermos provides a 5-year warranty on this model so as to assure your complete satisfaction, both when you buy the grill and after you begin to use it. All in all, the Thermos 300 provides a good quality grilling experience with just the right number of added features. For its looks or for its power, the Thermos 300 is a great choice.

Upsides
  • High-end aesthetic at low end cost
  • Tall, optionally compact form
  • Equipped for 20 lb. propane cylinders
Downsides
  • Lower-than-average sized cooking surface
  • Cooking Surface Area – 614 sq. inches;
  • Cooking Surface Material – Cast iron;
  • Exterior Construction Material – Painted steel;
  • BTUs – 40,000 (+13,000 BTU side burner);
  • Extra Features – Side burner, four burners, built-in hood temperature gauge.

When you’re cooking for a full party of friends or family members, you need all the grilling capacity you can get. The Kenmore 4 Burner Gas Grill exactly that and more, between its sizable cooking surface and firebox. No matter what’s on the menu – burgers, ribs, smoked pork – this gas grill can provide you all the space you need to grill each item to cooked perfection.

With 614 sq. inches of cast iron cooking surface, you’ll have room to grill or char-broil burger after delicious burger. And with a 28” x 17” firebox, you’ll even be able to cook larger items, like ribs and roasts. A 13,000 BTU side burner will help in those efforts, assuring that every piece of meat remains juicy while cooking through evenly. With the built-in hood temperature gauge, you’ll know just when your grilled meats reach peak juiciness.

For those looking to save money on their grilling costs, the Kenmore 4 Burner can be converted to natural gas. This allows you more flexibility with your fuel source, empowering you to make a financially prudent choice regarding your grilling habits.

Taken together, this cabinet-style gas grill is one of the most productive in the 4-burner class. When your grilling demands increase, so should the size of your grill. The Kenmore 4 Burner will meet those needs and still provide an exceptional grilled product for your many guests.

Upsides
  • 53,000 BTU output (between main and side burners)
  • 28 in. x 17 in. firebox
  • Convertible to natural gas
Downsides
  • Fixed, non-collapsible shelves
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