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The Best Napoleon Grills of 2021 | Top 3 Review

The Best Napoleon Grills of 2021 | Top 3 Review

One of Americans' favorite past times is firing up the grill in the spring, summer, and fall while surrounded by friends and family. Many people want to host cookouts, or simply enjoy grilled food more often, but they either don't have a grill, or they have an old one that doesn't work as well as it should. When the time comes to get a new grill, it's impossible to go wrong with one from Napoleon. Here are the three best Napoleon grill of 2021.

Napoleon P500RSIBPSS3

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The Napoleon P500RSIBPSS3 from the Prestige Series is a beautiful 67-in. freestanding liquid propane grill that has standard and infrared burners for versatile cooking options. It has LED Spectrum NIGHT LIGHT™ with SAFETYGLOW™ that tell you which burners are ignited, so you'll never accidentally leave the gas on. Its gorgeous WAVE™ cooking grids aren't just for looks; they also provide a more even heat transfer and prevent small foods from falling through.

The Dual-Level stainless steel sear plates are staggered for even heat distribution and burner protection, and the folding side shelves help you save room when you aren't using the grill. It also comes with an infrared rotisserie burner that gives off an intense heat for rotisserie, broiling, and finishing. Precise monitoring is always important with any method of cooking, and this grill has an ACCU-PROBE™ temperature gauge that accurately and instantly reads the grill's internal temperatures to prevent over or undercooking.

Napoleon BIP500RBNSS3

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BIP500RBNSS3

The Napoleon BIP500RBNSS3, also from the Prestige Series, is a gorgeous 33-in. built-in natural gas grill that offers both standard burners and rotisserie cooking options. You get 760 sq. in. of grilling surface space, and Instant Jetfire™ Ignition for quick and even heating across the grill. Its stainless steel WAVE™ cooking grids are elegant and provide even heat, and they're also easy to clean between grilling sessions.

This grill's LIFT EASE™ Centre-Gravity lid makes opening and closing the grill simple and smooth, and it doesn't extend past the back of the grill to save space. Its infrared rear burner can provide high heat, which is ideal for broiling, finishing, and rotisserie cooking. This cookspace is fantastic for roasted chicken, rotisserie leg of lamb, or prime rib.

Napoleon PRO22KCART2

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For those who want a more mobile and budget-friendly grille, the Napoleon PRO22KCART2 from the Rodeo Series might be the best option. This 45-in. charcoal grill comes equipped with a foldable stainless steel side table and an element-proof powder coated enameled steel body. It provides an impressive 365 sq. in. cooking space, which allows you to grill up to 23 hamburgers at once. Its adjustable cooking grids give you three different cooking levels, and the stainless steel heat diffuser ensures even heat distribution across the entire cooking surface.

This grill made our list of the best Napoleon grills because of its removable high capacity, heavy steel ash catcher with Superior Air Control System. It also features the ACCU-PROBE™ temperature gauge and WAVE™ grids. Its weather-proof wheels can also tackle nearly any terrain, giving you the option to grill wherever, whenever.

Related Questions

Where are Napoleon grills made?

Napoleon grills are manufactured in both Ontario, Canada and Kentucky, USA.

How do I choose a Napoleon grill?

The first important factor to consider is where your new grill will go. Do you need a built-in for your custom outdoor kitchen, or will a freestanding model better suit your needs? Next, think about the cooking surface area you want, and determine how much space you need for the volume of food you intend to grill on a regular basis. You should take careful measurements of the space if necessary before purchasing. Finally, look for a Napoleon grill that has the additional features you want, like Instant Jetfire™ Ignition or a rear infrared rotisserie burner.

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