The 10 Best Gas Grills between $1,000 and $2,000 to Buy for 2018

Score the best unit for your family

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Gas Grills in this price range should be powerful, have good features, and quality construction. This doesn't mean complete stainless steel construction, but it does mean durable construction. Look for brand names and be prepared to look beyond the big box stores. 

  • Weber Genesis grill

    Weber Genesis II LX S-340

    Newly redesigned for 2017, this 3-burner Weber Gas Grill is loaded with extras and built for performance and quality. The new cooking system is more even and delivers enough power for most grillers under a heavy stainless steel cooking grid. This grill is also compatible with Weber's iGrill technology that allows you to monitor both the cooking and food temperatures as well as the fuel level. It alerts you when food is done or if you are running out of gas. You can even turn on the control panel lights remotely. This is a great grill from a great company.


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    KitchenAid 6-Burner Dual Chamber Propane Gas Grill

    This grill has five main stainless steel burners and dual chambers for cooking everything you want, with a total of 91,000 BTUs of cooking power. The stainless steel firebox and lid won’t rust or corrode and the 12,000 brass and stainless steel side burner let you simmer a sauce or cook a side dish. The grill also has a ceramic rotisserie burner that provides 13,000 BTUs of heat and a ceramic infrared searing burner that provides 16,000 BTUs.

    The cooking grids are wrapped with stainless steel that’s easy to maintain, and the even-heat system, enhanced grates, and angled flame tamers work to maintain even heat across the entire cooking surface. The main control knob lets you set low, medium or high temperature.

    The cabinet has shelves for extra storage space of your grilling gear, and the quick-start battery-operated ignition gets you cooking quickly. A grill cover and rotisserie kit are included.

  • Napoleon prestige grill

    Napoleon Prestige P500RSIB

    This is a powerful grill that delivers up to 48,000 BTUs under its 500 square inches of primary cooking area. This gives you the ability to sear and grill at high temperatures. The ability to lower the output to just 6,000 BTUs gives you a lot of versatility with this grill. The high quality of the internal components means it will last and perform for a long time. This grill comes with a 12,500 BTU infrared side burner and 19,000 BTU rear mounted infrared rotisserie burner and full rotisserie kit.

  • Broilmaster P3S Super Premium Gas Grill

    Broilmaster P3S Super Premium

    Long ago gas grills were made with cast aluminum bodies and quality, durable parts. Those grills, mostly gone now, where built to last for decades. They may not have been stylish or loaded with features but they cooked well and many are still around today. Broilmaster grills are amongst the few of these kinds of grills still in business. This grill, the top of the Broilmaster line is unique and built like a tank. This model has a unique shutter system that lets you switch from direct to indirect grilling with the flip of a lever. The cast stainless cooking grates can be set to three positions for temperature control.

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  • Weber Summit E-420 Liquid Propane Gas Grill

    This 48,800 BTU gas grill offers 650 square inches of cooking space, five main burners, plus an infrared searing side burner and an infrared rear burner. The main burners are stainless steel with an individual ignition system.

    Flavorizer bars vaporize drippings to create the desirable smoky flavor while helping to keep the burners clean. A built-in thermometer makes it easy to monitor the cooking temperature, while the enclosed cart provides storage space for your grilling gear. Six tool hooks keep your tools at hand, and the light lets you see what you’re grilling once the sun goes down.

    A warming rack lets you toast your buns or keep food warm for serving. A rotisserie kit is included.

  • Modern Home Products (MHP) WNK4

    Modern Home Products, or MHP, is one of the oldest makers of gas grills, and many of the features they have relied on for decades are still used in this grill. From the cast aluminum body to the ceramic briquette barrier and the single piece H-type burner, this grill is from a very different era. To the consumer accustomed to multi-burner, lightweight grills, this might seem different, but built to last; this grill really is one that deserves consideration.

  • The Holland Grill Apex Model# BH421SS5

    The Holland Grill Apex Model# BH421SS5

    The Holland Grill is a truly unique gas grill. This model, the Apex, is the top line product from Holland. To understand how different this grill is let me tell you that it has 330 square inches of cooking space, a single 13,000 BTU burner, a completely isolated cooking chamber, and a pair of smoke stacks on top. People who have owned this grill over the past two decades are dedicated fans that refuse to switch to a more conventional gas grill. On the other hand I know people who have found its unique and versatile cooking system difficult to get used to. Either way, this is a very well built grill.

  • Blaze 32-Inch 4-Burner Gas Grill Model# BLZ-4-LP

    Blaze 32-Inch Gas Grill Model# BLZ-4

    Blaze is a brand owned by the same people who own and largely sold through their and other websites, though, several brick and mortar retailers do carry this brand. The Blaze 32-Inch is a large, stainless steel gas grill with cast stainless steel burners and good engineering. Reasonably priced at around $2,000USD this is a good option for the person looking for this style of grill but who doesn't want to spend a lot. Yes, it might sound like a lot of money but this is an inexpensive grill by comparison.

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  • Beefeater Discovery 1100E 4-Burner Gas Grill

    Beefeater Discovery 1100E 4-Burner

    Beefeater has been in the gas grill business for a very long time. This Australian company builds grills based on their unique take on grilling. This means that the burners are a little closer to the food than on many grills and the heat output is designed to cook hot and fast even with the lid off. In fact, this model of grill has an easily removable hood so that it can be opened up and approached from every side, making the grill the center of the backyard gathering. While not exactly innovative in appearance or function, the Beefeater Signature grill does exactly what it is supposed to. It grills extremely well with hot, even heat that makes this company one of the best in the world and one you have probably never heard of.

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    Kenmore Elite 5 Burner Grill

    This 5-burner grill has stainless steel cooking grates, a warming rack, a flame tamer and a stainless steel lid and liner. It provides a total of 84,000 BTUs of cooking power and 832 square inches of cooking space. The control panel has LED lights that make it easy to see in any weather and the temperature gauge in the hood lets you easily monitor the cooking temperature.

    The burners light individually with electronic ignition so you can cook on the full grill or select just part of the grill for small amounts of food. This also includes a cast iron side burner for simmering sauces and a warming rack gently heat foods or keep them warm while you’re waiting for the rest to cook.

    Two halogen lights make it easy to cook after the sun goes down, and a motorized rotisserie kit lets you cook roasts or chickens like a pro.

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