14 Best Napoleon Grills

Top 14 Napoleon Grills

1
Napoleon LEX 485 BBQ ( Cart, Instant Failsafe Ignition, Backlit Control Knobs)
Product Highlights:
  • the lex 485rsibpss gas grill features 6 burners, 74,000 total btu's, and 815 square inches of total grilling area
  • unique wave shape cooking grids provides even heating, prevents food from falling through, and produces exceptional sear marks
  • large side shelves provide prep and staging space, while protecting the infrared sear station. the right side shelf hides an integrated ice bucket and cutting board allowing more prep space while keeping the chef and guests hydrated
2
Napoleon P500RSIBPSS3 Stainless Steel ( Infrared Side And Rear Burners, Sq)
Product Highlights:
  • 4 stainless steel main burners that produce 48, 000 btu-per-hour input along with stainless steel sear plates that provide even heat with their layered positioning and intense flavor for creating unforgettable meals
  • invite all your friends and family over with 500 square inches of main cooking space, enough to cook 31 burgers at once! take advantage of the extra 260 square inches of cooking space offered by the warming rack and 140 square inches on your side burner
  • forget the matches, a quick start up you can count on every time with the flame throwing jetfire ignition system on each main burner. as an added back up feature the napoleon prestige 500 offers a back channel between burners to allow them to light off each other. never worry about your grill not lighting ever again you will be up and grilling the first time every time
3
Napoleon PRO500RSIBNSS3 Prestige PRO ( And Side Burner, Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • 80, 000 btu's, 4 stainless steel main burners and 900 in total cooking area
  • led spectrum night light control knobs with safety feature
  • infrared sizzle zone side burner
4
Napoleon LEX485PSS1 LEX485PSS1 Propane ( Grill, Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • the lex 485 gas grill features 4 burners, 48, 000 total btu's, and 675 square inches of total grilling area
  • precise heat control allows barbecuers to grill and roast at lower temperatures or turn up the heat for searing
  • ignite the lex gas barbecue grill instantly with the battery free ignition. this failsafe ignition system lights burners immediately with a jet of flame
5
Napoleon PRO665RSIBPSS3 Prestige PRO ( And Side Burner, Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • 99, 000 btu's, 5 stainless steel main burners, and1140 in total cooking area
  • led spectrum night light control knobs
  • infrared sizzle zone side burner
6
Napoleon LEX605RSBIPSS Propane Gas ( Propane Gas Grill)
Product Highlights:
  • double walled lift easetm stainless steel lid
  • jet fire ignition system with stainless steel wave cooking grids
  • engaging i-glow backlit control knobs for late night entertaining
7
Napoleon BIP500RBNSS3 Builtin Prestige ( Grill Head, Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • 66,000 btu's
  • 4 stainless steel main burners
  • 760 in total cooking area
8
Napoleon BIP500RBPSS3 Builtin Prestige ( Grill Head, Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • 66,000 btu's
  • 4 stainless steel main burners
  • 760 in total cooking area
9
Napoleon LEX 605 BuiltIn ( (BILEX605RBIPSS), Propane Gas)
Product Highlights:
  • propane gas grill with stainless steel construction and chrome accents
  • heavy duty stainless steel "wave" grill grates with sear plates
  • (3) 16,000 btu stainless steel burners; (1) 16,000 btu infrared grill burner; (1) 15,500 btu rear infrared burner
10
Napoleon T495SBPK Triumph Propane ( Black And Stainless Steel)
Product Highlights:
  • 5 burner grill with up to 57,200 btus
  • total cooking area: 665 sq. in
  • stainless steel burners and sear plates

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