The Skinny:
Great price point; well-known brand name; easy to use ignition system.

Things to Love:
The line of KitchenAid Gas Grills combines an attractive price point with some of the specs and features often found on premium-priced grills. Instead of using mechanical fasteners to connect the body together, KitchenAid grills are welded, which is often seen on more expensive gas grills. Welded grills have more strength and durability, because fasteners can potentially create gaps and allow moisture to build up.

The burners are constructed of high grade, 304 stainless steel. The built-in grill models include a rear rotisserie burner though the rotisserie kit is sold separately. Another plus is the easy-to-use electronic ignition. This makes turning on the grill as simple as your indoor oven.

The KitchenAid 36-inch Gas Grill includes an infrared searing burner for steakhouse quality searing, which is not typically found on grills in this price range.

Things To Consider:
The cart grills have a porcelain coated warming rack, which is more affordable than stainless but not quite as durable. The KitchenAid grills don’t blow it out of the park with impressive grilling power, but should offer a simple grilling experience.

KitchenAid doesn't offer a full line of outdoor kitchen accessories, so you'll need some universal-style accessories to round out your outdoor kitchen.

You'll Like This Grill If:
You want an affordable built-in grill for your outdoor kitchen from KitchenAid, one of the most well-known brands around.