This $649 grill has five burners have a combined output of 50,000 BTUs, the most of the group of grills we tested. This resulted in fast cook times for burgers and charred chicken skin.
The grill has plenty of room for food with the Flav-R-Wave under the grates distributing heat.
You have to be careful with the Baron: If you're not prepared for its high temperatures, you could easily burn your food.
This $699 grill comes with two separate cooking zones separated by their own fireboxes. That means you could easily multitask your grilled meal.
There are two burners in each firebox.
There's also an additional burner to cook small dishes.
Char-Broil packs a lot of perks into this $299 grill. There are five burners with a combined total of 45,000 BTUs of power and an extra side burner.
The grill is covered with porcelain grates.
This $599 three-burner gas grill lets you customize the way you grill. It comes in four colors: red, white, blue and black.
The Spirit II has something called "Flavorizer Bars." Its user manual explains that these bars are "angled just right to catch drippings that smoke and sizzle, adding that irresistible smoky flavor we all know and love to your food." They're also supposed to help route drippings away from the burners toward the "grease management system."
The grill works with the $100 Weber iGrill 3 temperature probe so you can keep an eye on your food's internal temperature.