Testing and reviewing top selling gas grills for 2020, all under $500
And since MeatGeeks are such big fans of smoking meats, our winning gas grill must be able to not only sear steak, but also be capable of a first-rate slow cook utilizing the method that is 2-zone.
Napoleon TravelQ Professional Portable Petrol Grill with Cart and Side Shelf Kit
Napoleon is known for making exceptional gas that is built-in for luxury backyard kitchen experiences. I was so pumped to see a smaller standalone grill from them that is complete with a great list of features.
The TravelQ lightweight comes with heavy-duty “Wave” porcelain cooking grids over 285 square ins of total cooking area. It provides two stainless steel burners and 12,000 total BTUs of power (a little disappointing, I happened to be longing for a lot more like 10,000 each).
The Napoleon includes side that is folding and a lower rack for basic storage. It also sits on a folding scissor cart for effortless storage and portability. It can also be custom made with insertable griddle dishes if you want to purchase them separately.
This grill is not as effortlessly portable while the Coleman RoadTrip, however it is a solid option for a smaller garden space.
Napoleon Triumph Gas with 4 Burners
I enjoy this big stationary grill from Napoleon. It screams quality in every inch that is square is a great choice when you yourself have a bit more to pay.
The Triumph comes equipped with 4 main burners and 1 lidded side burner, 57,200 BTUs of overall energy, 665 square inches of overall kitchen, stainless steel burners and sear plates, their signature, cast iron wave cooking grids enameled in porcelain for consistent heat and cooking and a fast start electronic ignition system.
Additionally comes attached to a well-designed, contemporary cabinet for extra storage, along side two roomy, foldable part racks for meal prep with integrated utensil holders. I’m also a huge fan of the bottle that is integrated regarding the part – for critical alcohol usage while cooking.
Royal Gourmet Dual 3-Burner Gas and Charcoal Grill Combo
That is a grill for a regular griller with a large contingent of hungry friends and family to shovel burgers into. It is actually two separate grills situated on the stand that is same can be used in tandem or separately.
The ZH3003 offers both gasoline and charcoal sides for a versatile cook experience, 810 square inches of total cooking area, 27,000 BTUs of power for 3 burners, porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates, a removable grease drip tray on the gas grill side, and a removable ashtray design for the charcoal half. The charcoal grill also comes equipped with front and air that is upper to increase the airflow.
It has a reduced cart with a great deal of great storage space and pop up part shelves for prep work.
Royal Gourmet Vintage Metal 6-Burner Cabinet Gas Grill with Side Sear Burner
This will be a giant grill. The Royal Gourmet Timeless 6 may be the best gas grills for the money with this list and is a shiny metal garden beast.
Here’s everything you can expect through the RG: 5 steel that is stainless plus an extra powerful sear burner AND a lidded side burner for sauce prep. Total power that is cooking in at a critical 71,000 BTUs even for temperature distribution. The sum total cooking room with this guy is 802 square ins which includes a 199 square inches warming rack. The cook grates are porcelain-coated cast iron.
You’ll also find a built-in hood mounted thermometer, an easily detachable grease tray, lower case and roomy side racks and a fast, electronic ignition system. This grill does not have back closure so it will vent the backside out. This is the main reason it falls up to now down on our list. It gets high marks for providing so much space for a relatively low price tag.