Best Gas Grills Under $1000 – Your (Real) Ultimate Guide!

So you’re searching for the best gas grills under $1000 huh? Congratulations, you’ve done the first 2 steps to get the perfect grill, which are deciding the grill type and the budget. Good job!

Next, you need to pick the grill that meets your needs, such as size, cooking space, and style. And to help you do that, I’ve thoroughly reviewed the best 6 gas grills under $1000 for different needs and sizes, and which of them is perfect for what.

The second budget-based guide after the best gas grills under the $300 list.

If you’re in a hurry, you can jump directly to [the conclusion] you will find a summarized answer there in a which-is-best-for-what way based on your priorities and what you’re looking for.

So, What Are The Best Gas Grills Under $1000?

1- Char-Broil Signature TRU-Infrared 420 3-Burner

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As usual, Our winner is an infrared grill, and it’s not a new thing, this Signature 420 has been featured as the winner twice before on the best-infrared grills and the best 3 burner grills lists in the gas grills reviews.

Key Features And Description:

Price range:  $600 – $700

Burners and heat capability: 3 burners featuring 25,500 BTUs per hour – and a side burner produces 13,000 BTUs

Cooking space: 575 square inches of total cooking space, divided into 420 sq. in primary space and 155 sq. in warming rack.

Material: 443 stainless steel infrared emitter, burners, flavors or bars side shelves, lid, handles, doors, and control panel. Painted steel sides and frame – Porcelain-coated cast-iron grates.

Other features: Infrared system  – Side burner – cabinet style, sits on 4 casters – Warming rack – Electronic ignition button – A lid with a built-in thermometer – Dual Fuel (Check the pros) –  removable drippings pan.

Dimensions and weight: Measures 23.50 in. Deep x 51.1 in. Wide x 47.20 in. High Weighs 131.4 pounds

Warranty: Char-broil’s standard warranty: 5-year on the main burners, 2-year on the lid and firebox, 1-year on all other parts.


  • The infrared system means:
    – Reaches higher temperatures.
    – No flare-ups.
    – No hot/cold spots.
    – Juicier meat.
    – less gas consumption.
    – Better performance with steaks and larger cuts of meat.
  • The porcelain-coated cast-iron grates provide better heat retention.
  • Convertable from liquid propane to natural gas or vice versa.


  • The infrared system side effect: maybe not very suitable for delicate food like fish or veggies because of the higher temperature.
  • The 2nd side effect is that you can’t see the burners below the infrared emitter so you can’t actually tell whether burners are on or off.

The Bottom Line:

I’ve always been an infrared fan myself, but the main factor that will help you decide is the type of food you’re cooking the most. If you’re a steak fan, then I think it will be your close friend. If you don’t like the Infrared system or char-broil for any reason, then I think you might be interested in one of the other options.

2- Weber Genesis II E-335 – 3-Burner.

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This Weber is hardly on the list because it costs almost $1000 for the E-335 model and $1000 plus for the S-335. So basically, it’s the most expensive grill on our list for today, and it’s predicted from Weber as it one of the most expensive brands in the grills industry, but does it worth investing? The answer is in the bottom line.

The worth mentioning that the stainless steel version of it is featured on our best 3 burner gas grills and the 4-burner version is also featured on the best weber gas grills guide.

Key Features And Description:

Price range: Almost $1000

Burners and heat capability: It comes with 3 main burners, each one yields 13,000 BTUs per hour. A sear station burner produces 9000 BTUs (check the pros list) and a 12,000 side burner.

Cooking space: Has a total cooking area of 669 square inches divided into (513 square inches primary part + A 156 square inches warming rack)

Other features: Searing station and side burner – side tables with 6 tools hooks – Enclosed storage cabinet style – Electronic ignitions button  – Built-in thermometer – Removable grease pan – 5 flavorizer bars – Liquide propane fuel gauge.

Material: The main burners, flavorizer bars, heat deflectors, control panel, side tables, handles are stainless steel. The cooking grates are porcelain-enameled cast-iron. And the frame and sides are painted steel.

Dimensions and weight: Measures 47″H X 65″W X 29″D dimensions when it’s closed and 62″H X 65″W X 31″D inches when the lid is open and. And weighs 176 pounds.

Warranty: A 10-years Weber warranty for all parts.


  • The sear station burner produces more heat to effectively sear the meat on high intense heat at first.
  • The porcelain-enameled cast-iron grates provide superior heat retention.
  • Easy to put together.
  • Large cooking space.


  • A bit expensive. And that’s all!

The Bottom Line:

This Weber has plenty of features and provides an outstanding performance actually. But the question is what we asked before, is it worth investing? I think the answer is yes. But make sure to check the last grill (char-broil 420) first before you make the final decision. And it’s very important to take a look at [the conclusion].

3- Char-Broil Performance 650 – 6-Burner

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It’s obvious the reason why this grill is on the list, because of the huge cooking space of course, so if you may be interested in hosting big parties, continue reading, if not feel free to skip for the next Webers.

Key Features And Description:

Price range: Around $650, give or take

Burners and heat capability: 6 main burners produce 60,000 BTUs per hour and a 10,000 BTUs side burner. The one on the far right is a sear burner and produces 15,000 BTUs.

Cooking space: A total of 930 square inches divided as 650 primary space + another 280 warming rack.

Other features: A sear burner on the far right side – Enclosed cabinet design with 2 doors and 4 casters – fixed side shelves -lidded side burner on the left side – Electronic ignition button – Warming rack – A lid with built-in temperature gauge – 6 flavorizor bars – A removable grease pan.

Material: Porcelain-coated cast-iron grates. Stainless steel burners, flavorizor bars, Lid, control panel, doors, and handles. Painted steel side shelves, frame, and sides.

Dimensions and weight: Weighs 127.6 pounds and measures 62 inches Width – 45 inches Height – 24 inches Depth (closed lid)

Warranty: 5-years on the burners – 2-years on the firebox and lid – and 1-year for all other parts COVERS PERFORATION, MANUFACTURING, AND MATERIAL DEFECTS ONLY. [Learn More]


  • The large space allows you to host more people and cover bigger families.
  • The porcelain-coated cast-iron grates have a better performance in terms of heat retention and distribution.
  • The far-right sear burner provides better performance with steaks.
  • Not so hard to assemble.
  • Large storage space.


  • Many reports of missing or bent parts.
  • Don’t have a dual-fuel feature as usual from Char-broil.

The Bottom Line:

As I told you, the whole point from the grill is the large space which allows you to cover more people, if this is not your case and won’t invite that many over so you better check the next Webers.

4&5- Weber Genesis II S-310 & E-310.

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Here we go again, another Weber but more basic and less expensive this time. The Genesis II S-310 and E-310 (Which are mentioned before in “The Best Weber Gas Grills” list) are the most basic 3 burner gas grills in the Genesis II family and the whole Weber menu.

They both are almost exactly the same; the only difference is in the material of the lid and the cooking grates. The (E) is short for “Enamelled” and the “S” is short for “Stainless” as you will see in the material part. Without further ado, let’s begin.

Key Features And Description:

Price range:  Around $900 for the S-310 and $750 for the E-310. (Give or take)

Burners and heat capability: 3 main burners produce a total of 39,000 BTUs per hour.

Cooking space: Comes with 512 square inches primary cooking area + a 156 square inches warming rack. ( 669 square inches total)

Other features: Open cart design with 2 lockable casters and two 6-inches wheels – Built-in thermometer – Warming rack – 5 flavorizer bars – Individual burners ignition – Fixed side shelves with 3 hooks each – Grease management system with a removable pan –  Fuel gauge (the propane version only). Igrill 3 compatible.


  • Cooking grates: Stainless steel (S-310) – Porcelain-enameled cast-iron (E-310)
  • The lid: Stainless steel (S-310) – Porcelain-enamelled (E-310)
  • Stainless steel burners, flavorizer bars, heat deflectors, and side tables.
  • Painted sides and steel frame.

Dimensions and weight:

Open lid: 59 inches Width – 62 inches Height – 31inches Depth

Weight: 130+ lb

Warranty: 10-year warranty for all parts [EXCLUDING NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR]


  • The stainless steel grates live longer, give lovely sear marks, and easier to clean.
  • Plenty of space for a 3 burner grill, which fits about 20 burger patties.
  • The 5 flavorizer bars over 3 burners catch more drippings and reduce flare-ups.
  • Easy assembly and clear instructions.


  • The stainless steel grates’ side effect is that they provide less heat retention than the porcelain-coated cast-iron in the E-310 version.
  • The grease pan not covered, which makes it accessible for pets to jump on it and make some mess. (if this is your case, check the end of the bottom line for the solution)

The Bottom Line: Which To Choose?

They are great gas grills from Weber, but there are 2 questions here, the first is S-310 or E-310? Well, the answer is quite easy, if performance is your priority, then go for the E-310.

But if you’re looking for sturdiness and the longest to live, then the S-310 will be your friend for many years in the future. And I don’t mean that the E-310 will fall apart, it’s just will live a little shorter.

The second question is, what if the grease pan problem(the 2nd con) concerns you? The answer here would be to go for the E-315, which is the exact same everything but with an enclosed cabinet design with 2 doors to prevent the greased pan from being naked in public.

6- Monument Grills Clearview Lid 4-Burner.

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Actually, Monument Grills doesn’t appear that much in our reviews because it doesn’t have many models to review, but our Monument’s guest for today is unique and has some cool features for a relatively affordable price. Let’s dive in!

Key Features And Description:

Price range: It’s in the range of $700 – $800

Burners and heat capability: Has 4 main burners producing 48,000 BTUs – One side ceramic sear burner yields 12,000 BTUs – And another regular side burner provides 12,000 BTUs

Cooking space: Comes with a total cooking space of 723 square inches, divided into a 210 square inches warming rack, and the other 513 square inches is the primary space.

Other features: Lidded ceramic side sear burner (check the pros list) – Another lidded regular side burner – A lid with a glass window and built-in thermometer – LED blue light control knobs – Electronic ignition system with a button – 4 flavorizer bars (or Flame Tamers as Monument calls them) – Enclosed cabinet design with 4 casters – 2 fixed side tables – Side tools hocks – Grease tray with a removable catch pan.

Material: The main burners are (304) stainless steel – lid, doors, and side tables are (430) stainless steel. Notice the difference between 304 vs. 430. The cooking grates are made of porcelain-coated cast-iron. The firebox is porcelain-coated steel.

Dimensions and weight:

Width: 54.1 inches Height: 46.3 inches Depth: 22.5 inches

Weight: 101.41lb

Warranty: 8-Years warranty on the burners only.


  • The clear-view window in the lid is a very cool feature, allows you to keep an eye on the food without opening the lid.
  • The ceramic sear burner gets really hot, which makes it an excellent feature for steaks fans, just like me.
  • Reach high temperatures 550 – 600° (check the side effect in the cons list)
  • Large cooking surface.
  • Relatively easy to assemble (if it’s not your first time).
  • Charming looking blue LED knobs


  • The 430 stainless steel (in the doors, lid, and side tables) is a lesser grade that is more likely to get rust over time than the 304. But it’s still stainless steel.
  • The side effect of getting hotter is that you need to keep an eye on your food more than usual, but the clear view window makes up for that.

The Bottom Line:

Well, it’s a 4-stars grill, it will get the job done and satisfy your needs and more with its performance and features, but not a one that is going to be your friend for a long time, not a set-and-forget kind, you know?

The Conclusion

That was our list of the best gas grills under $1000, and here is a summarized answer:

If you’re looking for the best performance, I recommend Char-Broil’s Signature TRU-Infrared 420 (around $650).
If you’re looking for the best performance but prefer a Weber, I recommend the Genesis II E-335 (around $950) OR  Genesis II E-310 (around $750).

If you’re looking for sturdiness and durability, I recommend Weber Genesis II S-310 (around $900)

If you’re looking for larger cooking space, I recommend Char-Broil’s Performance 650 – 6-burner (around $650).

And finally, if you don’t want to get involved in the war between Weber and Char-broil, you can check the Monument Grills Clearview Lid 4 Burner grill (around $750).

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