5 Best Gas Grills Under $500

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Best Gas Grills Under $500 in Summary

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Weber Q3200 Liquid Propane Grill

Weber Liquid Propane Grill

189 Square Inch

10 Years

MASTER COOK Outdoor Propane Grills

MASTER COOK Propane Gas Grills

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Weber Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas Grill

Weber Spirit Liquid Gas Grill

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Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill

Dyna-Glo 5 Burner Gas Grill

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Napoleon Portable Gas Grill with Cart

Napoleon Portable Gas Grill with Cart

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Gas Grills Under $500 Reviews

1. Weber Q3200 Liquid Propane Grill

Weber Q3200 Liquid Propane GrillBrand conscious people who want a compact solution to their grilling requirements will love owning this propane grill by the popular brand Weber. Besides the 2-burner design providing over 21,700 BTUs per hour to heat a cooking surface of 393 square inches, what’s unique are the removable cooking grates which can be replaced with a griddle attachment in case you want some bacon or pancakes. There are also some additional attachments which can be purchased with the unit to enhance its versatility. The ‘Grill Out’ lights beautifully illuminate the surrounding area for conveniently cooking in the evening. Ample workspace is available in the form of folding side tables while the hooks attached to the side tables let you hang all your cooking gear easily. The cast iron grates are porcelain enameled for durability and easy cleanup while the body and the lid are made with long lasting cast aluminum.

Things We Like
  • The operation is easy with electronic ignition and the unique infinite control valve to adjust the temperature accurately.
  • Besides the side tables and hooks, there is also a storage space for keeping the warming rack when it’s not being used.
Things We Don't Like
  • Not the best choice for cooking for a big gathering since it offers a small cooking surface.

2. MASTER COOK Outdoor Propane Grills

MASTER COOK Outdoor Propane GrillsThis is a 4 burner grill best for outdoor barbeque parties which outputs around 36,000 BTUs over its large 400 square inch grilling surface. Apart from this, there is also a 12,000 BTUs side burner using which you can prepare delicious sauces and sides. If the primary grilling surface isn’t spacious enough for you, you can also make use out of the 118 square inch warming rack. The warming rack conveniently folds away when you want to grill large cuts of the meat. The durable stainless steel lid has a built-in thermometer to let you know the temperature of the food. It also has a piezoelectric ignition system to fire up the grill quickly. The structure assembles easily and is also easily transported with the help of its 4 caster wheels attached to the base of the stand.

Things We Like
  • The storage cabinet at the bottom of the grill has plenty of room to store your grilling gear.
  • The lightweight grill is simple to transport to any place you want.
Things We Don't Like
  • Assembling the grill isn’t as easy as it is with the other grills.
  • Some customers have complains about the material, saying that it is weak and not durable enough.

3. Weber Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas Grill

Weber Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas GrillThis 2-burner propane gas grill is another excellent product by Weber that we are adding to our list since we are all so fond of the brand.  This is a compact grill for those who do not have access to a large backyard but still want to enjoy the amazing barbeque flavor. Overall, it’s a simple grill with 2 burners, each of which offer 13,250 BTUs of heat output and heat a primary grilling surface of 360 square inches. There is also a 90 square inch warming rack that you can make use of if you are running out of space on the primary cooking surface. The cast iron grates are coated using porcelain to prevent the food from sticking while the electric ignition makes the grill easy to start. Foldable side tables and 6 hooks accompanied with them give you more space to work and store your cooking gear. The thermometer attached to the lid lets you know the temperature of the food inside while the fuel gauge keeps you informed of the amount of fuel you have in store at all times.

Things We Like
  • The side tables fold away when you want to place it in a compact space.
  • The grill is built to last long since it is made using stainless steel in addition to cast aluminum.
  • The convenient fuel gauge is something you won’t find in many gas grills.
Things We Don't Like
  • The design is very simple so you won’t find a lot of bells and whistles.
  • The price is a bit high in view of the small size and features that the unit offers.

4. Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill

Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane GrillIf you are looking for some serious outdoor grilling experience, this is an excellent option for you. With 5 burners and a large cooking surface of 708 square inches, you won’t run short of space no matter how many steaks or burgers you plan on grilling. The 5 burners along with an additional side burner offer you with over 62,000 BTUs of heat output. The electronic ignition of the grill makes its startup easy while the infinite control valve lets you adjust the temperatures accurately for different types of dishes that you will be cooking using the grill. The two door storage unit below the grates is equipped with a convenient pull-out tray to hold the propane tank.  The grates as well as the warming rack are made with the highest quality stainless steel for durability and performance while the simple-to-read temperature gauge on the hood accurately notifies you of the cooking temperature.

Things We Like
  • The unit offers plenty of storage for all your cooking gear as well as the fuel tank.
  • The unit is simple to assemble and start working with.
Things We Don't Like
  • Some customers have reported that the body starts to rust soon if kept outside.

5. Napoleon Portable Gas Grill with Cart

Napoleon Portable Gas Grill with CartAlthough small in size, the grill is big in performance and best of all, it’s easy to transport when you’re out for hiking or camping. It’s a compact and lightweight 2-burner gas grill with over 12,000 BTUs of heat output and offers a substantially large cooking area of 285 square inches. The electronic ignition makes the grill easy to start and the hood that covers the cooking surface locks in the flavors and heat while also keeping you informed of the temperature inside with its built-in thermometer. Both direct and indirect grilling will produce excellent results with its stainless steel burners while the cooking grid is coated with porcelain for even heating of the food.

Things We Like
  • What makes the model a popular choice among customers is the portability if offers. This lightweight grill features a fold-able design with two wheels at the end of its legs to transport it to any place you want.
  • The unit is simple to maintain and clean as compared to many other gas grills.
Things We Don't Like
  • Food can scorch easily if you leave it unsupervised.
  • The drip pan is not as durable as you would expect in a quality grill and will require a replacement every few years.
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