If you are looking to purchase a new grill under $1000 then these are the ones you should be looking at. These Gas Grills put out plenty of heat, are built solid and have all the versatility you want all while running between $500 to $1000. If you aren't sure what you need to grill up the best food this quick guide will give you the key selling points for each product. From Kitchenaid to Weber grills these are the best grills under $1000 for your grilling needs.
Newly redesigned for 2017, this Weber Genesis Gas Grill is among the best of the best for the price. While the specifications haven't really changed, this model boasts a completely redesigned cooking system, including 10-year warranty ignitors. In this price range, this is the grill to beat. Widely available, there are also two, four, and six burner editions of this model.
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Night grilling is easier with this grill because of the LED control panel that lets you see the controls in the dark, and it’s just as good on a bright or a dim day. The six burners and the body of this grill are stainless steel that will look good for many years. The grates are cast iron coated with porcelain enamel, so they won’t rust or corrode, while an even-heat system is designed to provide the same amount heat all across the grilling surface.
The large grilling surface, over 563 square... inches, is large enough for at least two dozen average burgers for your next backyard barbecue. A 15,000 BTU side searing burner sears meat quickly, before you move on to regular grilling. Flame tamers deflect heat deflect heat, prevent flare-ups, and vaporize drippings to create the smoky flavor you want.
A ceramic rotisserie burner and the included rotisserie kit will have you turning out juicy, flavorful, and perfectly browned chickens, and an upper-level warming rack is just what you need for warming burger buns or keeping cooked foods warm until serving time.
This can use either propane or natural gas and has electronic ignition for easy starts.
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 multiple burner lightweight grills, this might seem different, but built to last, this grill really is one that deserves consideration.
The Holland Liberty Gas Grill is currently the least expensive of the Holland Grills, with a list price well under $800USD. Like all Holland Grills, the Liberty has a single cast iron burner under a metal deflector plate that separates the fire from the cooking chamber. Critics will say that this is just a large metal oven, but fans of this grill (which there are many) will say that this is one of the most versatile gas grills on the market and that it will never have a flare-up.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
This is a big grill and as I always recommend, buy the grill that fits your needs. This one will grill enough for a dozen people and if that is the need, then this is an excellent choice. If not, look for something smaller, like the Broil King Baron 440 which is $200USD less. It should also be noted that aside from the underpowered side burner, this grill has no extras. If the size is right, I would suggest getting the Baron 590 which has a full rotisserie system, expanding... the versatility of the grill.
This is a big, shiny, gas grill with the KitchenAid name stamped right in the middle of the lid. For around $900USD, this 5-burner grill has two side burners, one of them infrared. While not entire made of stainless, this grill will certainly catch the eye. And this is the point of the KitchenAid brand name and all that shiny metal, to draw the consumer into thinking that they are getting something they are not, a high-end stainless steel gas grill.
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