- 1056 square inches of total cooking space
- 175 to 700 degree F. temperature range
- 15-pound pellet hopper with dual auger system
- Stainless steel plate cooking grates
- Direct sear cooking area
- Electronic temperature control system works
- Insulated airtight lid
- Three temperature probes
- Self-cleaning firepot and pull-out grease and ashtray
- Made in China by Coyote Outdoor Living
Full Review – Coyote 36-Inch Pellet Grill
- Wide Temperature Range
- All Stainless Construction
- Heavy Cooking Grates
- Direct Flame Capability
- Easy Maintenance
- No WiFi connectivity
Coyote Outdoor Living jumped into the grill business with a massive line of high-end products. Now, for 2020 they have launched their pellet grill. This big, expensive stainless steel pellet grill is available in both freestanding and built-in versions. This review addresses the freestanding version. At around $3,600USD, this is one of the most expensive pellet grills on the market. The good part is that you can see where that money is being spent.
Now, the elephant in the outdoor room is its similarity to the substantially more expensive (and better) Twin Eagles Pellet Grill. Both of these units are big, shiny, and designed to try and make the pellet grill as easy to use as a gas grill. They also look very much like gas grills. This lets them fit into each company’s wider range of outdoor products.
So what do you get with the Coyote 36-Inch Pellet Grill? First of all, about 1,000 square inches of cooking area. The primary surface is a laser-cut stainless steel plate. It is heavy and robust. At high temperatures, it amps up the searing power of this grill. Not that this grill needs help. This unit is powerful, with a maximum temperature of around 700 degrees F and a direct flame grilling potential. Very powerful. And it will hold a low temperature for smoking and doing all the things that we want from a pellet grill.
What’s missing, oddly enough, is WiFi connectivity. Something you see in every pellet grill even close to this price range. There are, however, three temperature probe ports on the front and an intuitive control panel. The hopper has two augers for fast pellet feed and a front-mounted hopper. There are cleanouts for ash and grease and all the convenience features you would expect.
All in all, this is a very good pellet grill. Construction quality is good and coyote will be around to offer support and service, so you don’t have to worry about keeping this grill going for years. If you are looking for a high-end pellet grill that doesn’t look like a pellet grill, this is one of the ones to look at. I would, however, suggest that you also look at the Twin Eagles I talked about above and the Memphis Elite Pellet Grill before you make a purchasing decision.