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Coyote grills offer an astounding selection of features, options, and setup configurations for you to create a perfect outdoor cooking paradise. They're built from sturdy stainless steel with a mind towards longevity, high performance, an total customer satisfaction, in widths from a space-saving 28 inches up to 56 inches, holding up to six burners and 1,275 square inches of grill surface.
No matter what fuel you love to fire up, Coyote has you covered with grills that use charcoal, liquid propane, and natural gas. They also have an electric grill you can use with or without an island. And for those who love an authentic smoky flavor, Coyote's pellet grills burn small pieces of hardwood like hickory, cherry, or mesquite. They also offer a line of hybrid grills combining the convenience of gas grilling with the traditional cooking style and flavor of charcoal and wood. And whether you want the freedom of movement you get from a freestanding grill, the solid stability of a built-in grill, or the get-up-and-go possibilities of a portable grill, Coyote can deliver on all counts.
If you are dead set on founding your very own grilling kingdom from the ground up, Coyote offers a line of all-inclusive, built-in grill packages. These packages include the grill itself along with such useful equipment as storage drawers for utensils, side burners to prepare non-grill dishes, grill covers to protect your investment, compact refrigerators to keep ingredients close, and handy trash receptacles.
Coyote grills also bring a full arsenal of tools to the grill game, such as high-performance iBurners topping out at a searing 40,000 BTU, durable stainless steel grates, control grids to distribute heat evenly, interior lighting, and spring-assisted, double-walled canopy hoods.
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