Napoleon Terrace SE325 – $ 499 (including cart)
Pros: Napoleon quality in a minified package that’s perfect for small spaces; 2x 13,500-BTU burners; 325 sq. in. main cooking area, 435 sq. in. total; cast iron grates hold heat, and porcelain coating makes for easy cleanup; side tables fold down to minimize storage space.
Saber SS 500 3-Burner – $ 1,400
Pros: AISI 304 stainless steel construction; burner + infrared emitter design excludes the possibility of flare-ups; 3 separate independent cooking zones with independent electronic ignition and individual temperature gauges; 24,000-BTU main cooking area + 18,000-BTU side burner; 675 square inches total cooking area.
Solaire Portable Go-Anywhere SOL-IR17B – $ 329.00
Pros: stainless steel construction; mounting options including RV & boat; LP fuel with NG conversion option; less than 20 lbs and compact size (21” wide x 13” deep x 12” high); uses 1-lb propane tank; 14,000-BTU main burner.
Weber Summit S-420 – $ 1,150.00 to $ 1,500.00
Pros: lighted handle for nighttime cooking, 538 square inches of primary cooking space, 48,000 BTU’s, stainless-steel bars, LED tank scale, excellent build quality & customer support.
Weber Genesis E-330 – $ 799.00
Pros: 10,000-BTU “sear station” for locking in the juices; side burner for more versatility; LP or NG fuel options; solid construction and excellent customer support; 10-year warranty on burners, and 2 years on most other parts.
Weber Spirit E-320 – $ 549.00
Pros: porcelain-coated grates for longer life.
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