Best Propane Grills

1

Napoleon LEX485RSIBPSS Gas Grill

Napoleon LEX 485 RSIB
Build Quality: 99/100
Design: 97/100
Price: 91/100
Performance: 100/100
2

Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D Smart Space Living 36,000 BTU 3-Burner LP Gas Grill

Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D
Build Quality: 89/100
Design: 99/100
Price: 89/100
Performance: 93/100
3

Broil King Baron 440 Gas Grill

Broil King Baron 440
Build Quality: 95/100
Design: 93/100
Price: 88/100
Performance: 92/100
4

Char-Griller 3001 Grillin' Pro 40,800-BTU Gas Grill Review

Char-Griller E3001
Build Quality: 89/100
Design: 93/100
Price: 97/100
Performance: 88/100
5

Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods 12,000-BTU Tabletop Gas Grill

Cuisinart All Foods
Build Quality: 94/100
Design: 85/100
Price: 92/100
Performance: 94/100
6

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill (FTG)

Flat Top Grill
Build Quality: 87/100
Design: 89/100
Price: 93/100
Performance: 96/100
7

Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE

Coleman RoadTrip LXE
Build Quality: 89/100
Design: 86/100
Price: 87/100
Performance: 93/100
8

Blackstone Tailgater Portable Gas Grill and Griddle Combo

Blackstone Tailgater
Build Quality: 93/100
Design: 79/100
Price: 82/100
Performance: 99/100

Best Propane Gas Grills Review

Propane gas grills are sound in an impressive variety of shapes and sizes. Unlike natural gas grills, they also offer the potential for portability. While propane grills will require liquid propane containers, they more than make up for it in convenience. For example, you can bring a propane gas grill to a remote area and still have it work. The best propane gas grills will depend a lot on your need and the amount you are willing to pay. Every cost bracket will offer you a different experience as well as things you may want to watch out for. We break down the most common cost brackets below.

The Pros of Liquid Propane

  • Has a much higher BTU than Natural Gas
  • Provides what some consider to be a "more pure" cooking experience
  • Fuel can be found just about anywhere
  • Far easier to set up than a natural gas line
  • Has significantly more versatility and is capable of being moved
  • There are more options with propane grills than with natural gas grills

Emily Lopes
Emily Lopes
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