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Best Gas Grills between $500 and $1000 for 2024

Looking for a great grill that has power and features. My list of the best gas grills between $500 and $1000 has all the models worth looking at. These are very good grills that will fill almost every grilling need.

Best Gas Grills between $500 and $1000
Best Gas Grills between $500 and $1000

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As we move above $500USD, Gas Grills start having a lot more to offer. More even heat, higher heat, more reliable and durable designs. For the Best Gas Grills between $500 and $1000, I still don’t recommend looking for a lot of stainless steel in this price range since it will be low grade and simply won’t be able to maintain its appearance for long. Low-grade stainless steel rusts and, well, stains. I also don’t recommend looking at the huge grills on the showroom floor. There will be a number of units with five burners and loads of accessories. Keep it simple. You are buying a grill so that you can grill. Yes, most of these have the option of adding rotisserie units and some of them have side burners, but a grill in this price range should be able to grill up several burger patties without flaring up and it should put a good sear on a steak.

1. Napoleon Rogue XT-425

Napoleon Rogue XT-425

Read my Full Review of the Napoleon Rogue XT 425 Gas Grill

Napoleon is Canada’s largest grill manufacturer and this grill is made in Canada. In many ways, this is the equivalent grill to the Weber Genesis, but you get a lot more power here. This grill has 425 square inches of primary cooking area and 42,000 BTUs to heat it. And, if you want you can add in Napoleon’s infrared searing side burner (which is fantastic) for an extra $200USD. The construction quality here is great and Napoleon offers a warranty better than Weber. In this price range, the Napoleon Rogue XT-425 is the best grill money can buy.

  • Model Number: RXT425PSS-1
  • 42,000 BTUs
  • 425 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Space
  • Side Burner: No (but available)
  • Stainless Steel Grates

2. Weber Genesis E-325s

Weber Genesis E-325s

See my Review of the Weber Genesis Gas Grills

Weber’s Genesis line has been a mainstay of the patio cook for the past three decades. It is reliable, well-built, and produces even heating. It is true that the Genesis grills of today are not as well built as models from the past, but they are still some of the best gas grills money can buy. Covered and cared for, it will last you for a good ten years, maybe longer (there is a 10-year warranty on practically everything with this grill). The E-325 is a three-burner unit and is large enough for almost anyone. This model is the most basic in the current lineup of Genesis Grills, so what you get is a simple, three-burner grill with little else. Of course, we are talking about Weber so there are dozens of accessories for you to add on.

  • Model Number: 35310001
  • 39,000 BTUs
  • 513 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: No (but available on similar models)
  • Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron Cooking grates

3. Broil King Signet 390

Broil King Signet 390

Broil King is the Canadian manufacturer of some of the best gas grills in this price range. These grills are powerful. At one point they had trouble with the grills melting the cast aluminum body. That has all been sorted out, but they are still powerful and very well made. This model pumps out 40,000 BTUs from four stainless steel burners under 400 square inches of heavy stainless steel rod cooking grates. You also get a full rotisserie system with a rotisserie burner and a small side burner. At around $850USD this grill is a good deal and will last for many years.

  • Model Number: 946887
  • 40,000 BTUs
  • 400 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: Yes
  • Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron grates

4. Weber Spirit E-330

Weber Spirit E-330 Gas Grill

Spirit is the more affordable line of gas grills from Weber. Of course, affordable is relative. This model runs well over $800USD, but it costs less than the cheapest Weber Genesis and offers an internal sear burner and a side burner. Basically, you get more with Spirit than Genesis, but the weight and quality have been adjusted accordingly. If you want a Weber, but don’t want to break the bank, this might be the choice for you.

  • Model Number: 46810001
  • 32,000 BTUs
  • 424 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: Yes
  • Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron grates

5. Saber Select 3-Burner

Saber Select 3-Burner Infrared Gas Grill

While small, this infrared propane gas grill from Saber (a sister company of Char-Broil) offers a unique cooking system that is nearly foolproof. Almost incapable of flaring up and being able to produce high grilling temperatures with nearly half the fuel, this is one of the most efficient gas grills on the market. At around $850USD this grill has three main burners and 420 square inches of primary cooking space. The construction is all 304 stainless steel right down to the nuts and bolts.

  • Model Number: R42SC0321
  • 25,500 BTUs
  • 420 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: Yes
  • Stainless Steel cooking surfaces

6. Monument Grills Denali 4-Burner D425

Monument Grills 4-Burner Denali D425 Smart Grill

Monument Grills has become a popular store brand in the past few years. This 4-burner grill comes with all the features, including Bluetooth connectivity that lets you remotely monitor and control this grill. Yes, this is a smart grill and if it was better built it would score better on this list. However, it falls down on construction quality and the strength of its components. The truth is, this grill is more prone to rust and doesn’t have the durability that I look for.

  • Model Number: ‎D425+97222
  • 48,000 BTUs
  • 510 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: Yes
  • Stainless Porcelain coated cast iron grates
  • Glass window in the lid

7. Everdure by Heston Blumenthal The Force Gas Grill

Everdure by Heston Blumenthal The Force Gas Grill

The Force from Everdure with celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal’s name stamped on the front fit somewhere between a full-sized and a portable gas grill. The great thing is that it cooks like a big grill, but is light enough to take it camping or tailgating. While it has its advantages, this isn’t a great grill for most people. It is simple, but it can perform.

  • Model Number: HBG2GUS
  • 22,00 BTUs
  • 388 Square Inches of Primary Cooking Area
  • Side Burner: No
  • Porcelain coated cast iron

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