When you think of 4 burner gas grills, you think of the really big ones that people love to show off. But that’s not always the case. 4-burner gas grills have improved and changed over the years.

4-Burner Gas Grill

Read on to see why you should consider getting a 4-burner gas grill and see why we’ve chosen the best ones that’re on the market.

Top 3 Picks

Best overall: Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill- Stainless Steel

The Mont Alpi is our top pick because while you do pay more, the style and features such as the mini fridge was one of the reasons why it’s on the top. It also helps it has 78000 BTU as well.

Best value: Char-Broil 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill

Our runner up, the Char-Broil made the list because it has a decent sized cooking area and is portable. It also has a Surefire electronic ignition system so that you can fire this grill up instantly.

Best for nighttime grilling: Monument Grills 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill

The Monument Grill was one of our top picks because it’s gorgeous and it has some cool features such as LED lights.

Gas vs Charcoal Grills

Gas Pros & Cons:

Charcoal Pros & Cons:

It may seem that gas grills are much better to use over charcoal because of the ease and the time it takes to make the food. But yes, you’re right. While we’re missing the true BBQ flavor from gas grills, we believe that it’s better than charcoal because it’s easy to maintain and use.

Gas vs Electric Grills

Gas Pros & Cons:

Electric Pros and Cons:

While the electric grill can be more environmentally friendly, it’s usually more expensive to use due to needing electricity to function. It also doesn’t really give that charbroil taste that you want on your BBQ food where gas grills sort of does. For this, gas grills take the cake again.

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Tips for grilling with gas grills

Here are some tips that you should follow for using your gas grill:

Our top 4-Burner Gas Grills

Monument Grills 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

We are starting off with this gorgeous stainless-steel grill by Monument that has everything you need. It has 723 square inches for cooking and fires up 60000 BTU. It has 5 stainless steel burners, 4 being on the main grill, 1 being a side burner. The cool features that you get with this grill is the rotisserie kit and LED lights. Both are great because you may feel like cooking a chicken and with the lights, sometimes you want to eat a little later. You also get a cabinet to store away your extra tools. It’s easy to start this grill as it has an electric ignition. The grids are made from cast iron, so it retains heat very well. The Monument uses liquid propane, so keep that in mind.

All in all, this is the grill that’s great if you are feeding a crowd.

Pros:

  • Stainless Steel
  • Powerful
  • LED Lights/Rossitisere system

Cons:

  • Steel isn’t as high quality

Monument Grills Convertible 4-Burner

Monument Grills Convertible 4-Burner

Here is another Monument grill that you should consider. It’s also made out of stainless steel, and it’s convertible. What that means is, it runs on liquid propane, but you can also connect the fuel line to let the grill run on natural gas. This Monument grill has 513 square inches to cook on, so that is a decent size if you want to make burgers, hotdogs and sausages all in one for a small crowd. You get to cook on cast iron grids and have LED lights should you decide to cook a little later at night. It has 4 burners you can cook on and it’s pretty powerful at 60000 BTU so no fret if you’re trying to get a high sear out of your meat.

Pros:

  • Convertible
  • LED Lights

Cons:

  • Takes a while to assemble

Char-Broil Signature 4-Burner Propane Gas

Char-Broil is a well-known and popular brand that people buy from when it comes to BBQ grills. They are usually really good value for money. This Char-Broil model has 4 burners that’s super easy to ignite with the Surefire electronic ignition system and the exterior is made out of stainless steel. It has 530 square inches and emits 30000 BTU. It also has a 13000 BTU side burner that you can use. This model can also use natural gas (it already uses propane) cylinders so that’s always good in case you want to switch energy sources. There are also side shelves included so there’s space you can put down your BBQ utensils and do other things. You also get a cabinet as well to store all your BBQ utensils in there making this a grill worth looking at.

Pros:

  • Portable (as it’s on wheels)
  • Has temperature gauge on top of hood
  • Easy to start

Cons:

  • Heavy

KitchenAid 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

KitchenAid 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

Kitchenaid is a popular brand. Usually, you buy their blenders. But they also do grills, such as this propane gas grill. Like all the other grills we’ve rounded up today, it has 4 burners, and it runs on propane. This one is red, but the exterior is made out of steel, so you know that it’s super durable. It also comes with a ceramic searing burner, so if you want to sear some extra steaks, you can, as it emits 15000 BTU.

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It has nice stainless steel cooking racks, and you get about 522.6 square inches to cook on. The entire grill itself can power up to 55000 BTU which is good because you want a grill that can grill at high heat if you need it to. This grill comes with side shelves and cabinets for extra space for your utensils.

Pros:

  • Durable
  • Cermak steel burner
  • Decent storage space
  • Portable

Cons:

  • Heavy

Monument Grills 4-Burner Free Standing Liquid Propane

Monument Grills 4-Burner Free Standing Liquid Propane

You can tell we are really impressed with Monument’s quality as this is the 3rd one we’re rounding up. This model is smaller at 473 square inches compared to the first two, but it still emits the same 60000 BTU so you can think of it like a powerful little machine. This model is also made out of stainless steel, so you know it’s very durable. It has 4 burners, shelves and a cabinet to put your utensils and food on. It also has LED lights on the knobs, so you can enjoy late night grilling if you should so choose!

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Portable
  • Durable

Cons:

  • Can be a pain to set up

Saber 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

Saber 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

This gorgeous stainless steel by Saber is definitely one worth considering. Armed with 4 burners, you can actually choose if you want to cook low and slow or sear them at high temperature. You get tons of space to grill on as its 670 square inches. One of the coolest features we love is that it distributes heat easily thanks to the patented grilling system. The Saber has 32000 BTU and even has inside lights so you can choose to cook later in the day if you wish. There is a dual control side burner so you can quickly sauté your veggies while grilling your meats. Like most grills in this round up, it also has shelves and cabinets to store all your BBQ utensils and have somewhere to put your food. This model runs on liquid propane (one of those 20lb propane tanks).

Pros:

  • Large enough to cook for a crowd
  • Dual Control Side burner
  • Storage

Cons:

  • Cooking grates can get rusted

Kokomo Grills 4-Burner Built-In Convertible Gas Grill

Kokomo Grills 4-Burner Built-In Convertible Gas Grill

If you’ve been wondering when we would mention a built-in grill, this one’s for you! The Kokomo grill, like the others we’ve rounded up today, has 4 burners. It’s made out of stainless steel and it powers up to 60000 BTU. You also get an infrared burner if you need to cook something fast. You get about 750 square inches to cook on as well so you can cook for a large crowd. This model is convertible which means it can use either propane or natural gas, it comes with a fuel hose if you want to connect to the natural gas.

The Kokomo comes with these extra features:

Pros:

  • Built in grill
  • Large
  • Lots of features

Cons:

  • You’ll need a sturdy table or countertop for this built in grill

Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

This gorgeous stainless steel by Mont Alpi is definitely one of the most expensive ones we’re rounding up, but this model is packed with features. It’s massive which means there’s plenty of room to put your food on the shelves. There is a smaller cooking area of 468 square inches to cook on but that shouldn’t bother you as it powers up to 78000 BTU. You get 4 burners, a back burner, LED control knob lights, a choice to use either natural gas or propane (can switch over within 15 minutes), a rotisserie kit and a full mini-fridge, which is something you do see in a lot of grills.

Pros:

  • Comes with cool features
  • Stainless Steel
  • Powerful

Cons:

  • Small cooking area for the price you pay

Hestan 4-Burner Built-In Gas Grill

Hestan 4-Burner Built-In Gas Grill

The Hestan gas grill is massive, as it has 774 square inches. It’s made out of stainless steel and the burners are also made out of stainless steel. It’s the most powerful one on our list, boasting 110000 BTU so you know that it will have high temperatures without struggling. Like some of the ones we’ve rounded up, it is also convertible with natural gas and propane. There are 4 burners just like all the other grills here have, so you’ll be able to control your temperature.

Pros:

  • Large enough to cook for a crowd
  • Very powerful at 110000

Cons:

  • Expensive for what you get

Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Cabinet

Here we have another Mont Alpi grill that’s very similar to the stainless steel one. This one is in black and has about 522 square inches for cooking. It has ceramic infrared rear and side burners so if you need to cook two sides while grilling your meats, you most certainly have the room for it. The shelves are made out of white granite which is a nice touch. It can also convert from propane to natural gas, which is a plus if you want to use different energy sources.

Pros:

  • Nice design
  • Convertible

Cons:

  • Can flare up sometimes

FAQ

What is the best 4 burner BBQ?

In our opinion, we think the Mont Alpi 4-Burner Propane Gas Grill- Stainless Steel is the best 4 burner BBQ grill because for the price you pay you get all the bells and whistles.

Do I need a 3 or 4 burner grill?

We would strongly recommend a 4-burner grill so that you can control the heat distribution. You can choose to get a 3 burner one, but a 4 burner one is highly recommended.

What is the best natural gas grill to buy?

We love this Monument Grills Convertible 4-Burner Gas Grill for natural gas. While it’s a convertible from propane, it’s easy to switch and use for natural gas. Also, it’s a really good grill which is why we’ve chosen this.

The Bottom Line

There you have it! You’ve seen some of the best 4 burner gas grills on the market and why you should consider one. Think about your needs before investing into a BBQ grill. If you have enjoyed reading this guide, please let us know in the comments!

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