The Skinny:
Weber's top-of-the-line gas grill; control knob lighting; Snap-Jet ignition for reliable startup; 9mm stainless steel rod cooking grids; heavy duty stainless steel flavorizer bars; outstanding service & warranty.

Things To Love:
Weber Summit Gas Grills are Weber's top-of-the-line gas grill. The Summit's cooking system (burners, flavorizer bars, and beefy cooking grids) are all stainless steel. Along with the durable cooking system, there are several convenient features not found on other Weber gas grills that separate the Summit as the best.

The Weber Summit includes an attached Grill Out handle light that automatically illuminates your grill for easy nighttime cooking. We also really love the reliable startup using the Snap-Jet ignition since each different burner has its own flame throwing ignition. Another feature that takes convenience to the next level is the LED propane tank scale, which lets you know exactly where you stand on fuel at all times.

For minimizing flare-ups, the Summit's Stainless Steel Flavorizer bars can be found directly above the burners. They shield the burners by catching drippings and turning them to smoke, adding flavor to your food. Weber pioneered the Flavorizer bar in 1984, and since then they've proven to do their job extremely well, which is why they're still preventing flare-ups on all Weber gas grills today!

All Weber Summits include a 12,000 BTU side burner on the cart, which comes in handy if you need to warm up a side dish or a sauce. Additionally, when the side burner's lid is shut, it sits flush against its surface, which adds even more shelving space to the grill cart. The Summit 470 and 670 models include three additional features; a 10,600 BTU rear burner and rotisserie kit, a 10,600 BTU searing station for that extra high heat when you need it, and a 6,800 BTU wood chip smoker box with a dedicated burner.

With over 50 years in business, Weber customer service is as good as it gets. They have a 25 year warranty on the grill body and a 10 year warranty on the burners. They have reputable service and quickly handle any service or replacement part situations.

Things To Consider:
The burner housing and the rear of the grill, even on the stainless steel models, are constructed of porcelain-enameled steel which is not as durable as other all stainless steel grills in the price range.

You'll Like This Grill If:
You want Weber's top-of-the-line grill that's powered by an all stainless steel cooking system (burners, flavorizer bars, and cooking grates) with practical included features that makes grilling a breeze.