Sedona by Lynx 36-Inch Gas Grill Review

Sedona by Lynx 36-Inch


Construction Quality


Temperature Control









  • High Heat Output
  • All Stainless Steel Construction
  • Even Heat
  • Number of Available Upgrades


  • Basic 3-Burner Grill
  • Not as Attractive as the Competition


  • Three 23,000 BTU stainless steel U-shaped burners
  • 618 square inches of primary grilling space for a total cooking area of 891 square inches
  • 69,000 BTU maximum output from the main burners
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Stainless steel rod cooking grates
  • Electric continuous-spark ignition
  • Two internal halogen grilling lights
  • Two fold down side tables
  • Made in the United States by Lynx Grills

Full Review – Sedona by Lynx 36-Inch Gas Grill

Lynx Professional Grills are known for making some of the best gas grills on the market (like the Lynx Professional 42-Inch Gas Grill). Their cast brass burners are fantastic, as is their overall construction and features. However, they are very expensive. The Sedona line is made alongside their more expensive grills, but without many of the most expensive features. This grill used stainless steel tubular burners where Lynx uses very heavy cast brass burners. The lynx is larger, has a higher BTU output, but the overall construction between the two is very similar.

This Sedona 36-Inch grill has one infrared ProSear burner and two standard burners. The sear burner that Lynx uses actually has temperature control, so it can operate at 200 degrees F/85 degrees C or 1,100 degrees F/595 degrees C. The standard stainless steel burners are 18-guage tubular. This model also includes a rear mounted infrared rotisserie burner and the motor, rod and forks are included.

The construction is a combination of 304 and 201 stainless steel. The 201 stainless, of which most the body is made, is similar to 304 though lower in nickel content. This metal is considered equal to 304 in most applications, but may not be as resistant to harsh conditions. I don't believe that the difference will be noticeable, but the long-term durability remains to be seen.