The Bottom Line
This model has been discontinued. It is replaced by the Kenmore 4-Burner with Side Burner Model# 464424312.
This is a typical 4-burner Kenmore gas grill (made by Char-Broil). This model, running around $270USD adds a 12,000 BTU side burner to give you a well featured and versatile gas grill. The heat output is good for the size and out of the box this grill will perform well. The limitation of this grill is the quality of the construction and the components.
For 2 or 3 years you will be able to use this grill, but it will rust quickly and you will soon be dragging this grill to the curb.
- Inexpensive 4-burner grill with side burner
- Lightweight, low-quality burners
- Lightweight construction
- Flimsy cart
- 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
- Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates
- Stainless steel and painted steel construction
- Electric (AA-battery) ignition
- Propane tank and cover sold separately
- Made in China by Char-Broil exclusively for Sears' Kenmore Brand
Guide Review - Kenmore 4-Burner Gas Grill Model# 464430111
At most of the big box stores, there is a grill selling for around $270USD. This one at Sears made by Char-Broil under the Kenmore name is a large unit with 4 burners and a side burner.
In truth, there isn't much that makes it stand out. Constructed of powder coated steel with a 430 stainless steel lid and lightweight internal components, this grill isn't built to last and will probably only serve you for a few years (3 at best).
The BTU output of this grill is good and the side burner will pump out enough power to heat anything that the side table will hold.
The main burners can pump out as much at 48,000 BTUs under 484 square inches of primary grilling space, which is good for a grill this size. The reason it has four burners isn't to give you extra versatility as much as it is to try and even out the heat and to make up for the lightweight porcelain coated stamped steel cooking grates.
One way to tell the lifespan of this grill is to look at the warranty (receipt required). The warranty doesn't cover parts, particularly burners for long. Damage due to rust is not considered cause for a warranty claim. Sears does offer an extended protection plan for an additional charge.