Best Gas Grills

The days are getting longer, the world is getting warmer, and we’re approaching the season where everyone is going to be outside and grilling.  You too can enjoy an outdoor grill, cooking steaks, chicken, pork, even making dishes like a grilled Caesar salad. All you have to do is invest in the right grill for you, and to make sure that you know how to work it safely. But picking a grill can be a difficult thing.

Best Gas Grills 2018

Let’s face it; the market is saturated with grills, from charcoal to propane to electric and more.  Because there are so many options, finding the best grill can be difficult.  Finding the best gas grill is even difficult, because there are so many questions to be answered before you make so big a purchase that will have a lasting impact for so long.

Before we look at the specific grills, let us first take a look at a chart, to get the ‘big picture’, so to speak, about the grills we’re going to be looking at today.

NameCooking Surface Area (In Inches Squared)Gas Fuel TypeBTUs
Char-Broil Classic 360360 main, 170 secondaryPropane35,000 main, 8,000 secondary

Char-Broil Classic 4-Burner480 main, 180 secondaryPropane40,000 main, 10,000 secondary
Weber Spirit E310424 main, 105 warmingPropane32,000
Coleman Road Trip LXE285Propane20,000
Char-Griller 3001 Grillin’ Pro438 main, 192 warmingPropane40,800 main, 12,000 warming
Weber Genesis E330637Propane38,000
Dyna-Glo Dual Fuel 952Charcoal/ Propane24,000
Weber Spirt S210360 main, 90 warmingNatural Gas26,500
Coleman Classic Portable200Propane20,000
Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Portable200Propane9,500
Flame King RV-Mounted214Propane16,000
Super Space 4-Burner480 main, 180 secondaryPropane60,000
Weber Q1200 189Propane8,500

If you already have an idea of what you need out of your gas grill, this chart may provide all the information that you need to find the best gas grill for your summer grilling adventures.  Now, let us look on, and learn a bit more about each individual gas grill, and why it may be the right grill for you.


Char-Broil Classic 360 – The 2-Burner Standard

Char-Broil is a company that has been putting out classic charcoal, gas, and even electric grill designs since incorporating shortly after World War II’s conclusion.  They have made quality grills, and this offering, equipped with two burners, is the perfect grill for someone just looking to do a little bit of grilling on the porch, and it is one of the best gas grills under $200 that is on the market right now.

One of the most important things about a grill is the igniter.  Believe it or not, old gas grills were basically a fancy distribution system for gasses, and some even required that you light the gas with an open flame like a match, which is not the safest thing.  The Char-Broil Classic 360, on the other hand, uses a Piezo igniter.  This is a push-button ignition system that basically creates an electrical spark by striking a mineral with a hammer or something similar, and then uses that electric spark to light the gas. Of course, once the flame is lit, it will continue unless the gas flow is interrupted.

So, how does the grill work?  Pretty well, especially given what you’re paying for it.  It has 360 square inches of cooking space on the primary area, plus a secondary burner which you could use to cook up some mushrooms or something in a pan.  The main cooking area comes in at around 35,000 BTUs, and the secondary burner clocks in at a respectable 8,000, which means that no matter what you’re cooking, you should be able to do it with decent swiftness.

For what you’re going to be paying for it, you’ll find that this is a good grill.  Be sure that, as with any grill, the connection between your propane tank and the valve and hose is well made, and you will have years of grilling enjoyment from this grill, without a doubt.  This grill, arguably, is the best gas grill for the money, and if you’re looking for a grill that you can leave on the porch without too much worry about damage or cost of replacement, this is the grill.

  • Very affordable
  • Piezo igniters are generally reliable for quite a few strikes
  • Puts out a decent amount of heat
  • The instructions that come with it for assembly are terrible. If you don’t know what you’re doing, seek help assembling this grill. If you know what you’re doing, TAKE YOUR TIME.

Char-Broil Classic 4-Burner – The 4-Burner Char King

Yes, it’s a second offering from the fine folks at Char-Broil.  The first option is a good one for people who are just cooking for one or two, maybe for a small family, and not for someone with a big yard that is great for holding parties and cookouts.  This Char-Broil 4-burner setup is king of cooking for a crowd.  At 480 square inches under the hood, it’s got enough space for 20 to 24 decent size hamburger patties to be cooked at the same time, and that’s before we even talk about the side burner.   The ignition is also better than the ignition on the Classic 360, and replaces the Piezo with an electric ignition that is basically a spark plug run off of 2 AA batteries.  Push the button, spark is made, and you’re good to go.

The burners put out a decent amount of heat, coming in at 40,000 BTUs for the main heating area, and a respectable 10,000 BTUs for the secondary burner that you can use for heating up some vegetables in a pan with a nice bit of olive oil or something similar.

As I said before, this is the kind of grill that you get if you’re looking to do some entertaining.  If you’re just cooking the occasional steak or rack of ribs, this grill is probably more than you will need, but if you’re looking for a great ‘get-together’ grill, this is the grill for you. Definitely one of the best gas grills under $500 that is currently on the market, and from a company with a long history of putting out quality products that anyone could get a lot out of.

  • Easy to assemble
  • A lot of cooking space; if you can’t cook for everyone who comes over, you have way too many friends
  • Electronic ignition system is easy to use and run on two AA batteries
  • The grates could be made a bit better had more money been spent on them
  • They are prone to developing hot and cold spots, as are most grills

Weber Spirit E310 – The Mid-Sized Weber

Weber is another one of those names that has been in grilling for a long time now. It’s actually an interesting story of how they came to be a grill company after the inventor of the first Weber grill cut a marine buoy in half and put some ventilation holes into the top of it. They’re a name that means quality and a decent product, and they’ve been selling grills since the early 1950’s, which is impressive longevity for any business.

This first offering from Weber, the Weber Spirit E330, is a good grill for someone with a family to feed, or even with a few people in the backyard who are waiting to eat the food you’ve cooked on your gas grill. It uses an ignition system that is run off of batteries, which is a nice touch and can cut down on the time between replacement of the ignition system, which is always positive. Plus, an electric system is just a bit less complex and more convenient, really, than the other options.

As far as cooking space, the Weber Spirit E310 offers 424 square inches of main cooking space, as well as 105 square inches of warming rack space, which can be used as a warmer or as a space to cook vegetables in a pan or something similar. With 424 square inches, you’ve got plenty of room for plenty of burgers, steaks, chicken strips, even for a pair of racks of ribs to sit comfortably.

The burners put out a decent amount of heat, too. The three burners pump out 32,000 BTUs, which is plenty of power for warming or cooking your food and making sure that you will be able to enjoy your cookout or just another simple meal made on the porch.

If you’re looking for a good grill for cooking for a few people or for small groups, and you’re really married to the Weber brand, then this is the kind of grill that you will be excited by. Definitely one of the best grills under 500 2017 has to offer.

  • Just a really solid and well put-together grill
  • Heats evenly and quickly
  • Very easy to assemble at home, with no help from a professional
  • The grates are not of the highest quality, and you may need to replace them a few times during the lifetime of the grill, especially if you don’t regularly clean them after you’re done cooking on them

Coleman Road Trip LXE – The Road Trip Companion

Coleman is a name that is synonymous with being outdoors and enjoying the wilderness. They make a lot of things that are very much aimed at the sportsmen and the casual camper, and this grill is something that a camper would probably be quite happy with.

This grill is literally designed around the idea of being easy to move in and out of an area. It comes with wheels on one side, and with a handle on the other, allowing you to easily move it wherever you need it. If you’re looking for a gas grill for camping, this is definitely the kind of grill that you should look at.

This is another grill with an electronic ignition that is battery operated. They call it the ‘Instastart’ ignition, and as usual, it is preferable to something piezoelectric, and definitely a better choice than trying to light the burners with an open flame.

Speaking of burners, how do the burners on this Coleman portable grill perform?  Admirably, to say the least. They manage to put out 20,000 BTUs, which is enough to cook most foods with ease (especially if you leave the lid closed while cooking). Sure, if you’re looking to make a really thick steak or something, it’s going to take some time, but that’s to be expected. The cooking surface is decent, too, coming in at about 285 square inches of space on which to make your meals.

So, if you are looking for a very portable grill that you can use on campgrounds and can wheel away without having to worry too much about setup and takedown, this is a great grill that you should definitely keep in mind, and one that comes from a company that has a lot of history when it comes to outdoor living and camping. Definitely a grill that any camper would be happy to have, and a lot easier than trying to roast hot dogs over a campfire, and easily one of the best gas grills under $200.

  • Very easy grill to set up and to move to a campsite or similar
  • Very light
  • Puts out a decent amount of warmth for its size
  • The grate is a bit flimsy
  • A portable grill means extra wear and tear on almost all parts, and will shorten the lifespan when compared to a grill that’s just going to sit on your back porch or similar

Char-Griller 3001 Grillin’ Pro – The High-Heat Model

Hank Hill, world-famous salesman of ‘propane and propane accessories’, is an advocate of propane grills because you can ‘taste the meat, not the heat’. This is a grill that most definitely provides plenty of heat, which would allow you to cook some pretty thick and pretty delicious meat.

This ‘Professional Grade’ griller utilizes an electronic ignition switch, run off of a single AA battery. This helps to make ignition simple and very easy to work on if something goes wrong, and it is still preferable to piezoelectric ignition methods. If you’re looking for a professional piece of equipment, it would just make sense that they would use such an ignition method.

So, how hot does the igniter help the grill to get?  Well, the main cooking surface puts out 40,800 BTUs, as well as the 12,000 BTUs that are put out by the side burner. This means that if you are looking to have a grill that will be able to cook pretty much everything that you could possibly throw into it, this is the grill for you.

And the grill space that it provides is nothing to be taken lightly, either. The Char-Griller 3001 offers up 438 square inches of cooking space, plus a warming rack that provides 192 square inches of space, and that makes it very easy to cook as much as a small to mid-sized group of people could want. With that kind of space, you should easily be able to put 9 or 10 full-size burger patties on the grill, for example, while putting a few buns on the warming try to get them toasty.

This grill is definitely best served perched on your porch, at the ready to help you to make a delicious grilled dinner of chicken and corn, or whatever else your heart desires.

  • Electronic ignition is the way to go, definitely
  • Produces a lot of heat
  • Always nice to have a warming rack and an additional burner for if you want to make some veggies or something
  • Assembly is a bit difficult
  • If you do not take care of it, it will rust. Be sure to keep it clean and to care for all exposed metal parts appropriately

Weber Genesis E330 – The Large Weber

Another great offering from the fine folks at Weber, and one that is also a fair bit more expensive than the other offerings reviewed thus far. It’s made by Weber, and you know that their name means quality in a gas grilling product.

This grill is a behemoth. It comes with an electronic starter, which is run off of batteries, of course, and makes starting up your grill a much simpler and much quicker affair. The grill runs on propane, which means you’re getting a nice heat without tasting it like you would with coal.

A nice little benefit that this grill offers is that the whole cabinets close. This looks a bit better to start with, and if you really want to, it’s not hard to figure out how to lock them, which means that you keep people from walking off with your propane tanks or grilling equipment (sadly, something that does occasionally happen). Plus, it just looks better, almost a bit more professional, which is always a nice touch.

This thing has a lot of space for cooking up your meals to your desires. 637 square inches of cooking space, plus warming space, and they even included a separate burner over there on the side so that you can put something on the burner, something like a pan in which you plan to boil some noodles or something. Those burners put out a lot of heat, too; the main area puts out about 38,000 BTUs, and the burner on the side puts out a respectable 10,000 BTUs, meaning that whatever you’re cooking, you have the heat to be able to cook it to the point you don’t get sick from eating it (always important).

If you’re looking to buy one grill and keep it for the next decade or two (and a lot of people buy grills like that, similar to how they buy lawn mowers), then this is an investment that you can be happy with. If you’re looking for a cheap grill that you don’t plan on taking care of, do not spend the money on this grill.

  • Heats up quickly and reliably
  • Sturdy build
  • A grill that, properly taken care of and cleaned, can last for a long time, for literally decades of grill-outs and enjoyment
  • Expensive grill
  • Some people have said that they had trouble with assembly. Take your time, and use online guides if you’re still having trouble, or get a friend

Dyna-Glo Dual Fuel – The Dual-Fueled Option

There’s a long-running debate about whether it is propane or charcoal that leaves meat with a better flavor, and I’m not here to end that argument. It’ll be going on for eternity, until we run out of one or the other, and then people will tell legends about how much better the bygone fuel tasted.

With this grill, however, you don’t have to worry about the debate or taking a side. This grill will allow you to cook on both charcoal and propane at the same time. So, if you’ve got a friend who won’t shut up about how great a steak cooked over charcoal is, they can be happy while you enjoy your burger and hot dogs grilled over something a little bit less likely to infuse your meat with smoky flavor.

The Dyna-Glo offering comes with 952 square inches of cooking space, split evenly between propane and charcoal cooking area. This means that you have 476 square inches of space for each, give or take a few, and that is enough for you to cook a decent amount of meat at once using only one method of heating, really.

The propane side is capable of putting out 24,000 BTUs at a time, which is enough to cook most anything that you could want to, and pretty much anything that you could think of to bring to a cookout. The burners are lit by an electric pulse, too, which means that you just have to keep it fed with batteries and maybe clean it once in a while to make sure that you will be able to light your grill whenever you’re looking to enjoy some decent food.

If you’re looking for a grill that lets you cook using gas and coal, this is the one for you, and a great grill in general with a lot of space for grilling.

  • Allows you to choose your source of heat with ease
  • A lot of space to cook on
  • Puts out decent heat from the gas-controlled side
  • Could be a bit more powerful, having charcoal so close to your meat means it may come out tasting like it was cooked over coal

Weber Spirit 210 – The Weber Mini Natural Gas Option

Weber makes another appearance on this list, showing off their very fine products that are designed to help you make your grilling experience as wonderful as it can possibly be. This offering is their smaller offering, allowing you to get Weber quality without having to give up a lot of space. This is the kind of grill that is a lot easier to collapse and to leave outside in a corner of the porch when it isn’t in use.

Sure, it’s a smaller grill, coming in with a whopping 360 square inches of cooking space, but it is still a grill that will allow you to cook a meal for your family, and maybe even for a few friends while you’re at it. The one big complaint is that this doesn’t have any of the niceties of the bigger models, the ones that include side burners or the like.

To light the grill, you utilize the electronic crossover ignition system, which means that you’re not going to be having to worry about switching out a piezoelectric lighter every few dozen uses or so. It also means that the ignition is going to be much more likely to work the very first time, which is always a nice touch.

It is able to put out a fair amount of heat, too, coming in at 26,500 BTUs. That’s enough to pretty quickly cook most of the things that you are likely to be putting on the grill, so don’t worry that you won’t have the power to cook what you’d like. Realistically, you should be more worried about space than you are about whether or not you have the power to cook the things you’d like to cook.

The big difference is that this is run off of natural gas, rather than propane (which most gas grills are run off of). There isn’t a huge difference between the two, really, but it is something that you should take note of. If you’re looking for a propane grill, it’d be simpler for you to just buy another grill.

All things considered, another good offering from the fine folks over at Weber, and one that works quite well. If you’re in the market for a natural gas grill, this is the grill for you.

  • Easy to assemble
  • It’s claimed that natural gas doesn’t leave a taste behind, unlike propane
  • It is a great grill that works well
  • If not taken care of properly, you will find that it may rust

Coleman Classic Portable – The Camper’s Model

Coleman comes in with yet another great portable grill. Where the other one is more of a ‘user-friendly’ model, this is a grill that is more ‘survivalist’-esque. This is the kind of grill that you carry around in a backpack when the world ends, keeping it separate from its propane, of course.

For a tiny stove, it packs a lot of power, too, coming in with 20,000 BTUs of total cooking power. It also has some nice windshields that fold out, which allows you to make sure that the wind is not robbing you of your BTUs by blowing away the heat before it can cook your meat. The ability to adjust the heat on the two burners separately is a nice touch, especially if you’re cooking in pots and pans on the stove.

Because this is a grill that is made for use in the outdoors, out in the elements, it is important that you make sure to take care of it, as well as making sure that you clean it. Don’t leave propane tanks attached to It while moving it from place to place, either, because that is just a recipe for disaster.

Look, if you’re looking for a great grill that you can put on your back porch and cook for your friends with once a week or so, then you’re not going to be wanting to use this grill. This is the kind of grill that you will be happy to use when you go out and enjoy some camping or something like that, not really the ‘backyard barbecue’ kind of grill.

  • Very easy to set up and very portable
  • Puts out 20,000 BTUs
  • Decent space, enough for two fairly large pans
  • If you do not take care of it, it will show, and quickly. Maintenance is important, and so is general upkeep and cleaning your grill

Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Portable – The Char-Broil Infrared Portable

Before we talk too much about this grill, we need to talk about infrared grilling. Infrared grilling is basically grilling with limited circulation of air, allowing the meat to be seared to lock in flavor while keeping the juices in there as well. It’s something that most ‘fine dining’ style restaurants are doing right now, and it used to be very expensive.

Now, however, you can get a small infrared grill of your very own, and do so for less than the average car payment. That means that you can sear in the flavor without sacrificing the juices, or without having to overcook the meat. This allows you to make very high-quality steaks, while also allowing you to keep them rare. Heck, if you want to make a decent ‘blue’ steak (which is a VERY rare steak with a seared outside), you almost need one.

It may surprise you, then, that this grill only comes in at about 9,500 BTUs (no, that s not a mistype). The cooking surface is designed to let VERY little heat escape, which means that those 9,500 BTUs manage to get the cooking surface very hot (we’re talking about heat up into the 650-degree range, which is hot enough to sear your steak in a minute or two). It has about 200 square inches of cooking surface, which is enough for a fair few steaks to all have their own space to cook. The only thing I don’t like about it is that the igniter is Piezoelectric, but when it comes to an ignition that is going to be taken all around with people, that makes sense.

This is a great grill because not only does it manage to do all of that with simple propane, but it manages to do it while being portable. When you’re done, you just clean it off, close it up, and take it with you wherever you’re heading. If you’re looking to make some high-quality, haute-cuisine style steaks during your next camping trip, this is definitely the way that you should be going, and a great grill for your cooking needs.

  • Infrared cooking on the go means amazing food at any campground
  • The heat that this grill can produce is amazing
  • The grill is very affordable, especially when you consider everything that it has to offer
  • It’s a portable grill that is meant for outdoor use. If you do not clean it properly, it will rust

Flame King RV-Mounted – The Recreational Voyager Model

Depending on how much you spend on your RV, and how nice it is, you may find that it comes equipped with a wonderful kitchen and cooking setup, or with nothing but a table and a microwave and fridge. Whatever the case is, you are likely going to need to provide your own grill, since most RV’s don’t just come with that kind of equipment standard.

I know, you may wonder how big of a surface it can have if it is going to be mounted to the back of an RV, but don’t worry, it comes with enough space for you to be able to cook a decent meal on it without having to constantly cycle through pans or the like. If you’re looking to feed as many people as you can easily fit in an RV, this grill has all the surface are you need, at 214 square inches, and with a nice little warming rack too (perfect for heating up some veggies or some hot dog buns or something).

The propane-operated grill is capable of putting out a lot of heat, too, coming in at about 16,000 BTUs. The whole thing is pretty well-put together, and if you’re looking for a great grill to bring with you on your journeys, this is a good selection.

So, if you’re the kind of person who enjoys long trips in the RV, but likes to be able to have a nice cookout when you get to your destination or dinner time, this is a great option for you, and one that is well worth considering. Trust me, it will be a nice change from having something cooked inside on a stove, and there’s just nothing that can beat the experience that you get when you have a meal around a grill, outside in the elements, with friends and cold beer (and maybe some Cheetos).

  • Durable and you don’t have to carry it
  • Puts out enough heat to cook most meats with ease
  • So convenient
  • Only meant to work when hooked up to the RV’s propane system, not off of a stand-alone tank or bottle

Super Space 4-Burner – The Behemoth Option

Super Space is not a well-known name or anything in the grill market, but it is a company that can make a powerful grill with plenty of space for cooking on, that much is for certain.

This may not be the biggest grill that we reviewed, but it certainly is close to being so. With a main cooking area of 480 square inches, this can cook a lot of meals and a lot of meat at once. If you’re looking to feed a big crowd and to do so using only propane, this is going to be a good option for that. As ever, the ignition is from an electronic igniter, which means that as long as the battery is in good condition, it’s most likely going o work without a lot of hassle or repeat pressings.

But how much heat does it put out?  Well, it may surprise you to learn that this behemoth oven cranks out an astonishing 60,000 BTUs, which means that there’s pretty much nothing that you cannot cook on here, with every burner putting out an impressive 15,000 BTUs, and that’s not including the side burner which is perfect for you if you’re looking to saute some vegetables or mushrooms (everyone knows that mushrooms with some worchestshire sauce go great with any steak or burger).

It has a warming rack as well, which is great for things like corn on the cob or buns or whatever else you can think of.

This is a good grill if you’re the kind of person looking for an inexpensive grill that will let you feed a lot of people at once, then this is the kind of grill that you’ve been waiting for. However, just realize that the money you save is going to mean that the components are not quite as high in quality, and that means that they may not last as long.

  • Puts out a lot of heat
  • Capable of cooking a lot of food at once
  • Very affordable
  • If you’re looking for a grill that will last a long time, you’re bound to be disappointed

Weber Q1200 – The Portable Multi-Colored Weber

Though this picture may show a grill with a blue top, the reality is that you can get the Weber Q120 in a wide variety of colors that you can enjoy. They have most any color that you would want, really, or at least something that is a decent imitation of the color that you want.

But it doesn’t much matter HOW the grill looks, so much as how well it operates. And when it comes to operating well, this grill has a lot to offer. Sure, it may only put out 8,500 BTU’s, which puts it on the lower end of the spectrum for the grills that we reviewed, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t cook a burger in a decent amount of time; it just means that you are going to need to make sure to keep the lid closed for most of the cooking.

The ignition switch is an electronic one, which makes the act of starting the fire in the first place a breeze. It’s battery operated, so all you need to do is to make sure that you keep the batteries on hand, and you’re going to be good to go. Of course, if you’re not good about checking the battery, you may find that you end up in the middle of the woods trying to start a grill to cook for your friends and having to use a match (which is not something I would recommend doing).

With 189 square inches of space to cook on, this is a great grill that you will be happy that you invested your money in, without a doubt, and the way that it looks is pretty cool, too.

This grill is perfect for people who are looking to cook on their porch or patio, or out in the middle of the woods. It’s a great and light portable grill that you can take almost anywhere without worry, and that you will be able to enjoy almost anywhere that you take it.

  • Requires no assembly, as it arrives already put together
  • Very easy to move around
  • Big enough to feed a camping party, so long as the party isn’t too big
  • If not taken care of, issues may arise concerning rust and the like

Best Gas Grills - Buyer's Guide

For a lot of people, buying a grill is not something they do often. Between the purchases, the world of grilling may have changed. For others, this is a first time buying something similar, and that means that they have a lot of questions. Here are just a few answers.

Which Gas Is Right For Me, Propane Or Natural Gas?

It all depends on what you want to do and how you want your food to taste. Charcoal is known to affect the way that food cooked over it tastes. There is, allegedly, a taste that is left behind when you use propane as well. However, it is claimed that natural gas does not leave such a flavor behind.

However, realistically, there are not as many grills out there that use natural gas, and it is not as readily available a fuel for grilling. On the other hand, you can go to literally any hardware store, gas station, and most grocery stores, and you can find a propane tank refill station there.

If you really decide that you want to utilize natural gas, there are kits that are sold that will allow you to utilize natural gas in almost any of the grills that were reviewed. It requires a bit of effort and some knowledge, but it can be done if you find yourself so inclined.

What Is The Difference Between Ignition Methods?

There are three common methods for ignition in grills.

The first is that you turn on the flame, then light it with a match. This is the most dangerous and least preferable method of starting the flame, because it always leaves the chance that there’s going to be a fireball or that you’ll light yourself on fire. Not the way you want to go.

The second method is ‘piezoelectric’. Basically, you have a material that carries a charge or produces a charge when struck, and when you push the button or turn the knob, it strikes that hammer, produce an electric charge which then ignites the flame. Over time, they end up not being able to produce a charge anymore, and that is when they need replacing.

Finally, there’s electronic ignition, which basically involves a spark generated by a battery, much the way that the spark plug in your car generates a spark and makes your engine’s combustion cycle start. This is the easiest way, and the one that is least likely to cause issues, and also the least commonly needing replacement.

Really, any way is preferable to having to use a match.

What Is Infrared Heat And Does It Work?

Infrared heat is basically superheating the surface by controlling the amount of heat that escapes from under the heating surface. This allows the cooking surface to get much hotter, and that means that you can cook meat quicker.

Now, does that make meat more delicious?  That’s the real question, and it’s very hard to determine the answer to that.


We’ve looked at thirteen great gas grills, grills that offer a lot to the consumer, and we’ve had a lot of fun doing so. But there can only be one winner, one grill that is the obvious best grill of those that were reviewed, and it’s time to crown the winner the ‘best gas grill’ on the market.

After careful consideration, that title goes to the Weber Genesis. Yes, it’s an expensive grill, but a grill is something that you should only buy a few times in your life, and you should take care of it. The Weber Genesis has a lot of power, a lot of cooking space, and it offers a lot of amenities that all combine to make it the best grill on the market right now.

So, if you’re looking for a great grill, here are the best on the market. Whichever one you choose, may your steaks be delicious and never overdone, and may all your burgers have beautiful markings.