Best Gas and Propane Grills

Top 10 Rated Gas and Propane Grills 2014

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There are a wide range of gas grills from portable to stand alone models. The most important aspect of a grill, however, is its cooking performance: A grill should produce a juicy, flavorful steak or burger with a nicely seared exterior. Other factors that we considered as we compiled this top 10 list:

1. Sturdy construction
2. Easy-to-clean grates of durable material like cast iron
3. An air-tight lid
4. Side tables for convenient food preparation
5. Precise temperature control with a handy gauge
6. Ample cooking area space
7. A removable drip tray
8. Even heat distribution
9. Heat-resistant handles

In this list you’ll find a variety of stand alone and portable gas grills. See the grill comparison and ratings below with a link to the full review of each.

Weber 6621001  9.5/10

Stainless steel
3 burners
186 pounds
64.5″ x 60″ x 30″

A sturdy natural gas grill built like a tank, the Weber Genesis E-310 heats up to 700 degrees F in under 10 minutes. The porcelain-enameled cast iron grates are excellent at searing meats, fish, and vegetables…read more


26,500 BTU
360 square inches of cooking space
2 burners
32 x 50 x 63 inches
123 pounds

This Webber is a mid sized gas grill aimed at saving space, but still delivering the quality that comes with the name. The fold down side tables and rolling casters are great features for someone with a small patio or back deck…read more


Stainless steel
2 burners
100 pounds
21.9″ x 46.1″ x 45.7″

Cooking with infrared technology, this Char-Broil gas grill, available for $285, quickly sears meat, fish, pizza, and burgers and leaves the insides juicy and flavorful. Flare ups are no…read more


Dyna-Glo Bronze  8.5/10

60,000 BTUs
4 stainless steel burners
1 year limited warranty
52.8 x 46.5 x 23 inches
106 pounds

This is one monster of a propane grill. The 666 square inches of cooking space and 60,000 BTUs of heat can get any grilling job done without breaking a sweat. The lid is double line for keeping all the heat in and the cast iron grates…read more


Coleman 9949-750  8.5/10

2 burners
47 pounds
33″ x 19″ x 14″
 

Unlike typical portable propane grills, this Coleman road trip grill is full size and collapses easily with its scissor legs. Ideal for travel, camping, and beach trips, the grill features two…read more


35,000 BTUs
520 inches of cooking space
54.3 x 22 x 48 inches
87 pounds
5 year warranty on body, 2 years on parts

This gas grill doesn’t offer a lot of cooking area but makes up for that in quality. The oven design leave plenty of clearance for bigger items like roasts. It gets hot (up to 600 degrees) fast and stays hot…read more


Weber Q1200  8/10

1 burner
31 pounds
20.5 x 40.9 x 24.6 inches
 

An attractive propane gas grill with a titanium painted cast aluminum lid, the Weber Q 1200 out of the Q series is made to be easily portable. One of the biggest pros it has going for it is heating up…read more


60,000 BTUs
4 stainless steel burners
1 year limited warranty
52.8 x 46.5 x 23 inches
106 pounds

This Dyna-Glo gas grill is a smaller offering that is perfect for smaller families. As far as grilling goes, there is more than enough cooking space with enough heat to cook just about anything you can throw at it with ease…read more


Stainless steel
39 pounds
19.8″ x 27.8″ x 12.8″
 

A compact, portable propane grill from Cuisinart, this model rests neatly on a tabletop and holds adequate amounts of food for the average family. With a system of interchangeable…read more


40,800-BTU
1260 square inches of cooking space
3 burners
48 x 21.5 x 13 inches
168 pounds

Char-Griller offers an all-in-one package with the 5050 Duo combination grill. You can use propane or charcoal, whatever you like. It also has a side burner for side items or sauces. It’s perfect for the grill master who likes to experiment…read more


5,500 BTUs
145 square inches of cooking space
17.6 x 18.6 x 11.8 inches
13 pounds

Grilling away from backyard is a great way to get outdoor and enjoy the summetime with friends and family. A normal grill wouldn’t even be a candidate for picnic grilling. This Cuisinart portable grill…read more



 

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