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At $1,999, the LG LSRG309ST is on the cusp of high-end.

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This premium-adjacent model comes with five burners.

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Its burner power output ranges from 5,000 BTUs to 19,000 BTUs.

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This is the 19,000-BTU burner tackling a 5-quart pot of water.

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The LSRG309ST comes with a sturdy griddle accessory.

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The cooktop has three separate grates.

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While this model wasn't a particularly quick broiler, the burgers did taste very good.

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The pork tenderloin was also quite tasty.

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The oven has a 5.4-cubic-foot capacity.

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The touchscreen is responsive and pretty easy to navigate.

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You can see a clear difference between the top row (traditional double rack baking) and the bottom row (convection double rack baking).

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There's a warming drawer at the bottom of the unit.

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This model looks similar to Samsung's $1,699 NX58F5700.

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It has seven rack heights.

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For a model that's veering into the "luxury" price range, the LSRG309ST doesn't have very many oven modes.

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