Char-Broil Advantage 2-Burner Gas Grill Model# 463642116

Char-Broil Advantage 2-Burner Gas Grill Model# 463642116
Char-Broil Advantage 2-Burner Gas Grill Model# 463642116. Char-Broil LLC.

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For the last several years, Char-Broil has produced a line of small footprint gas grills. Sometimes called the "Urban" grill, these little two-burner grills come in a wide range of cooking systems and materials. This is the simplest and least expensive of this style of grill. With two burners and 300 square inches of primary grilling space, there isn't much here. This is a pretty good combination of value, feature, and size.

Unfortunately, this one is lacking in power as well as features.


  • Inexpensive
  • Small footprint


  • Lightweight, low-quality burners
  • Cheap construction
  • Cooking grates chip easily
  • Low power heat output


  • Two 10,000 BTU tubular burners
  • 300 square inches of primary grilling space for a total cooking area of 420 square inches
  • 20,000 BTU total output from the main burners
  • Electric (AA-Battery) ignition
  • Porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates
  • Painted steel sheet metal body, cabinet with fold down side tables, and a stainless steel hood
  • Cover and propane tank sold separately
  • Sold as propane only - not convertible
  • Made by Char-Broil in China for Lowe's Home Improvement Stores

Guide Review 

Finding an inexpensive gas grill that will cook well and last is not easy so it is important to remember that when looking in this price range. This entry from Char-Broil and Lowe's is not a great grill, but at under $200USD it isn't a bad choice either.

For the person who wants something that looks better than those four legged little grills, this Char-Broil Advantage model has an enclosed cabinet, fold down side tables, a stainless steel hood, and little else. Constructed from thin, painted steel it isn't built to last more than a few seasons, but it doesn't look as cheap as most.

The cooking system is equally simple. Two stainless steel (thin and low grade) burners under porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates. The heat output is weak and the thin materials have trouble holding in what heat is does generate. The biggest problem here is the thin internal components. They cannot withstand very much punishment, and by punishment I really mean use. The burners will melt and the paint the coats the inside of the firebox will chip away allowing the metal to corrode. Also, the igniter will fail within a year or two. That just happens.

So, for the price it isn't a bad grill, just don't have a lot of expectations of it lasting very long.