Buying Guide Find the best gas grills for your next BBQ. We’ve included barbecues from Char-Broil, Weber and more as we count down the best barbecues around in this guide.
Review The Weber Genesis II E-310 is a premium gas grill, large enough to cater for a busy barbecue.
Review Gas grill cooking is made easy with Weber Spirit II E-310, delivering a consistent performance no matter what you're cooking.
Review The Char-Broil Performance 475 4-Burner packs loads of features in a compact form that doesn't scrimp on power.
Review The Weber Q1200 is a portable gas grill to rule them all, letting you go anywhere while cooking perfection.
Review Dyna-Glo 4-Burner is a large scale gas grill at an affordable price, yet delivers a high-end performance.
Review The Lynx L30TRF Professional is a professional grade grill for those that want the best, no matter the cost.
Review The Napoleon Prestige 500 is a professional grade gas grill with lots of cooking space and a high-quality build for under a thousand dollars.
We tested and ranked each infrared grill based on how quickly each heated to 500 degrees, distributed heat and maintained temperature.
When we tested, rated and ranked infrared grills, we focused on affordable models. Purely infrared models can cost thousands of dollars, though the grills we chose to review cost $500 or less. At $399, the Magma Newport A10-918-2GS is cheap for an infrared grill.
The Solaire Everywhere cooks well enough. It's also portable enough to take along for a camping camping, tailgating party or family picnic. It has good heat consistency and a lifetime warranty.
For the price, the Char-Broil Patio Bistro is hard to beat. It’s a classily designed model that has the look and feel of a charcoal grill but with a better grilling experience.
The first thing to understand about The Big Easy from Char-Broil is it’s far more than just an infrared grill.
As far as portable infrared grills go, the Char-Broil Grill2Go is the best you can get for your money.
The Char-Broil Performance costs less than $300 and is perfectly suited for those who regularly grill for a larger group. It’s also the only full-size infrared grill we reviewed.
The Nexgrill is a generic model that lands dead center in our evaluation of the best gas grills. There’s nothing particularly wrong with it.
The Cuisinart Petit is a decent table-top gas grill that you can take with you pretty much anywhere.
When we tested the Coleman RoadTrip X-cursion, we were pleasantly surprised at how well it held its own against our top picks.
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