The price range for grills in today's market is vast, with some costing around $20 and others nearing $1000. You've probably already noticed that propane grills are more expensive on average than charcoal, and that the highest priced models are almost exclusively propane models. While the pricey models do excel when it comes to quality and the user's cooking experience, it is possible to find a product that is affordable and still produces great results. Buzzrake collected opinions about grills to find out how you can get away with spending less on your grill and still be happy with your product. This is ideal for users who are new to grilling or don't grill often, and don't want to make a huge investment. We focused on propane grills priced at $200 or below, and found the following:
- On average, when compared to other units, inexpensive propane grills are easier to use and clean, according to users. They also provide a wholesome grilling experience with above-average temperature control for the user and quick heat-up.
- These models also receive higher overall scores, on average, than other units, meaning they have a combination of winning qualities and features in user opinion.
- About 75% of cheaper propane models still feature a side burner and 50% have an internal thermometer to help you control the temperature.
- You can find some awesome models in this price range from the brands you know and trust, like Cuisinart, Weber and Char-Broil.
Check out the Top 5 list below. These grills receive the highest overall scores in the $200-and-under category.