The Bottom Line
This model has been discontinued. It's closest replacement is the Char-Broil Classic 480 Gas Grill Model# 463436215.
There is a classic argument that says if you spend $10 on something that lasts a month it is the same as spending $120 on something that lasts a year. This 4-burner gas grill from Char-Broil is the $10 side of the argument (okay $129USD side of the argument). If you need a big grill, don't want charcoal, and can't spend more than this lists for then go ahead and buy it.
Don't expect it to perform well or last very long (maybe two years).
- A very inexpensive 4-burner gas grill
- Low-grade materials used in construction
- Thin, lightweight burners
- Flimsy cart construction
- Four 12,000 BTU stainless steel tubular burners
- 484 square inches of primary cooking area for a total of 650 square inches of grilling space
- 48,000 BTU maximum output from the main burners
- 12,000 BTU standard side burner under a flush mounted cover
- Three porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates
- 430 stainless steel and painted steel construction
- Electric (AA-Battery) ignition
- Porcelain coated steel barrier
- Propane tank, rotisserie kit and cover sold separately
- Made in China by Char-Broil exclusively for Home Depot
Guide Review - Char-Broil 4-Burner Model# 463411911
This is a standard designed gas grill with 4 burners and a side burner. It has a stainless steel front panel and hood insert, and it costs $129USD at Home Depot Stores.
Problem is that this grill really can't afford to be sold for this price. Either this grill is the cheapest piece of junk on the market or it is a great way for Home Depot to clear out excess inventory while picking up a profit on the propane tank they are going to sell you. This is a door buster grill, designed from the plastic wheels up to get you in the store.
In fact, unlike all other Home Depot grills, you can't order this one on their website.
Yes, this isn't a great grill. It isn't even very good, but it is large and it is cheap. I'm sure this one will sell well, while supplies last and as long as there is room on the Home Depot floor. My recommendation is, if you can't afford to spend any more, and you refuse to go charcoal, then you might as well buy this grill and start saving up for your next one in a couple of years.