Which brand produces the best four burner grill on the market? Well, that’s what we’re here to determine. The best four burner gas grills are built to last, allow for plenty of cooking space, and most importantly, will come with a warranty.

After testing the stainless grills on the market, we’re sure these three grills in review, the Dyna-Glo, Char-Broil, and Monument Grills models are the most worthy of attention. Before jumping into each model’s features, let’s take a look at a side-by-side features comparison table.

Specifications Comparison Table

Char-Broil 463377319

Char-Broil 463377319 Performance Stainless Steel 4-Burner Cart Style Gas Grill
  • Our Rating
  • Grill Size: 50.4" x 24.5" x 45"

    Total Cooking Area: 425 sq. in.

    BTUs: 36,000

    Weight: 93 lbs

    Grid Material: Porcelain coated, cast-iron

    Flame Tamers: Yes

    Burners: 4

    Grill Body/Hood Construction: Stainless Steel

    Insulated Grill Jacket: No, sold separately

    Interior/Exterior Lighting: No

    Warranty: Not included

    Accessories: None

    Backup Ignition: Electronic ignition

Dyna-Glo DGE Series

Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill, 4 Burner, Stainless
  • Our Rating
  • Grill Size: 50.7" x 22.6" x 46.8"

    Total Cooking Area: 646 sq. in.

    BTUs: 52,000

    Weight: 96 lbs

    Grid Material: Stainless steel

    Flame Tamers: Yes

    Burners: 4

    Grill Body/Hood Construction: Stainless Steel

    Insulated Grill Jacket: No, sold separately

    Interior/Exterior Lighting: No

    Warranty: 1 Year limited warranty

    Accessories: None

    Backup Ignition: Electronic ignition

Monument Grill 17842

Monument Grills 17842 Stainless Steel 4 Burner Propane Gas Grill with Rotisserie
  • Our Rating
  • Grill Size: 54" x 19" x 46"

    Total Cooking Area: 513 sq. in.

    BTUs: 60,000

    Weight: 118 lbs

    Grid Material: Porcelain coated, cast-iron

    Flame Tamers: Yes

    Burners: 4

    Grill Body/Hood Construction: Stainless Steel

    Insulated Grill Jacket: No, sold separately

    Interior/Exterior Lighting: No

    Warranty: 1 Year full warranty on grill

    Accessories: with Rotisserie

    Backup Ignition: Electronic ignition

Propane Gas Grills Reviews:

Review

The Char-Broil Performance Stainless Steel 4-Burner Cart Style Gas Grill is a perfectly sized backyard grill. The grill boasts a total cooking area of 425 square inches and is relatively lightweight at about 93 pounds.

This grill doesn’t come with under storage and therefore has no cabinet doors. However, the side tables make up for this by giving you plenty of space to work with.

The electronic ignition makes starting the grill an absolute breeze and the lid-top gauge allows you to read the temperature without disturbing your cooking process. The grill is tabbed as a four-burner model, but you also get a bonus side-burner that is perfect for sautéing foods or boiling water, etc. while grilling.

The grill’s cooking grid is created of porcelain-coated, cast-iron so it retains heat extremely well and creates great sear marks on your food. Additionally, the Char-Broil 4-Burner grill is easily portable with two wheels on the left legs.

The entire body of the grill aside from the legs is constructed of heavy-duty stainless steel. It has the lowest BTU output of the three grills in a review but still provides a usable 36,000 BTUs while the side burner provides an additional 10,000 BTUs aiding the powerful side cooking.

Pros

  • Easily portable rolls around easily by tipping the grill slightly up from the right side
  • Has a strong side burner with its own BTU output of 10,000
  • Heavy-duty, cast-iron cooking grates that retain heat exceptionally well

Cons

  • No under-grill storage
  • The BTU output is the lowest of the three grills in review
  • No warranty included

Conclusion

As a takeaway, this high end gas grill from Char-Broil gains an advantage in its price point, coming in at a lower cost than the Dyna-Glo and Monument Grills models.

It’s also a bit more compact in its overall design with the lowest total cooking space and the grill itself being the smallest of the three in review by just a hair; this means that the grill is perfect for those who are looking for a grill that is easy to stow away when it’s not in use.

With all of these things in mind, let’s take a look at the next grill in review and comparison, the Dyna-Glow DGE Series.

Review

The Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill (4-Burner) is the next grill model in review. Regarding the Dyna-Glo vs Char-Broil grill comparison, the Dyna-Glo model has a leg up on the Char-Broil model thanks to its under grill storage and larger cooking space.

The DGE Series grill boasts a total cooking space of 646 square inches, the largest of the three models in comparison and review here. Similarly to the Char-Broil model, this Dyna-Glo grill sports a side burner on the left side table of the grill. And, of course, there are side tables on each side for working on and managing your food while it’s grilling.

As is the standard among the grill industry lately, this unit has an electronic igniter that makes starting the grill as simple as it possibly could be. This unit is also the only grill of the three in comparison that has stainless steel cooking grids whose rods measure roughly 7mm in diameter.

The Dyna-Glo grill has four small wheels, one for every leg, rather than two on one side. Therefore, the unit moves around very simply and can be maneuvered by anyone. Additionally, just as with the other models here you can keep an eye on your grill’s temperature without disturbing your cooking process.

The grill pumps a strong 52,000 BTUs with each burner producing 10,000 BTUs a piece and the side burner adding another 12,000 BTUs. Surprisingly, this unit, despite its storage area and bulkier build, weighs only 96 pounds, just a few heavier than the Char-Broil model.

Pros

  • Fours wheel design allows for simple mobility, making it easy to pull the grill out on those sunny days
  • Under-grill storage area
  • Strong, 12,000 BTU side burner

Cons

  • Stainless steel cooking grids retain heat a bit less than the cast-iron cooking grids
  • There’s a bit of a gap between the top of the grill lid and the body of the grill on the back, allowing a decent amount of heat to escape while in use

Conclusion

So to summarize, The Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill is a strong competitor with its large cooking area, lightweight nature (close to that of the Char-Broil), and comes with a full, one year limited warranty.

It’s body is constructed sturdily and entirely of stainless steel, therefore, it’s sure to withstand the elements. Its four wheel designs allows for ease of mobility and it’s price point is only a bit above the Char-Broil grill.

With the first two models having been compared, let’s move on the third option to really understand which model stands atop the list.

Review

The third grill model to compare to the prior two options is the Monuments Grills Stainless Steel 4 Burner Propane Gas Grill with Rotisserie. So right off the bat, this model stands out because of its rotisserie feature, which neither of the previous two models have.

This grill, in many ways, is similar to the Dyna-Glo model in that its build is entirely stainless steel, it has under-grill storage, and it also has the four wheel design. As with the other models, this unit also sports an electronic igniter.

Its total cooking area measures about 523 square inches, which falls in-between the Char-Broil and Dyna-Glo models’ specs. Size-wise, this Monuments Grills model is the widest of the three at 54 inches, which is four inches wider than the Char-Broil and Dyna-Glo models.

It is the heaviest grill of the three at 108 pounds, but this doesn’t affect its mobility much thanks to its four wheels. The cooking grids are similar to the Char-Broil model’s being porcelain coated, cast-iron and, therefore, retain heat very well.

This four burner Monuments Grill pumps the highest BTU output of any of the models in this comparison at 60,000 BTUs. Additionally, this unit’s side burner is on the right side of the grill, which isn’t a major difference to many people but could matter to those who are reliant on their strong hand.

Pros

  • Hight BTU output of 60,000 BTUs allows the grill to heat up extremely efficiently
  • Porcelain coated, cast-iron cooking grids retain heat better than stainless steel
  • Four wheel design makes mobility simple
  • 1 Year full warranty on the grill and 8 year limited warranty on the burners ensures the longevity of this Monuments Grill model

Cons

  • Highest price point of the three in review

Conclusion

In conclusion, the Monuments grill model reviewed here comes at the highest price of the three in review, but it also pumps the most efficient BTU output of the three as well.

In that regard, it can be considered to be more heavy-duty than its competitors. It also comes with an impressive warranty package that is full for the first year and limited to the burners for up to eight years.

So which model is ultimately the top dog, or the “cool grill”?

Takeaways

Each grill reviewed offers its own advantages and disadvantages and so it’s important to shop for your needs and not necessarily the “best of the best.” Char-Broil offers the lightest, most compact model of the three.

That makes it easier to move around, but at the same time, it only has two wheels. Therefore, this model is best suited for folks who are shopping on a budget and don’t plan on moving the grill around too large an area.

The Dyna-Glo propane grill is for those expecting to grill lots of food at one time, or cooking for large groups. This grill has the largest cooking area and even comes with a one year warranty. The unit also sports a strong, 12,000 BTU side burner.

The Monuments Grills model is for the grilling enthusiasts. The rotisserie features makes this unit unique. The Monument Grills review also tells us of the packaged warranty that ensures its longevity.

Therefore, the best grill of the three is the one that fits your needs most appropriately. Features-wise, however, the Monuments Grill model is the most jam packed.