Traeger Grills Comparison Chart

Traeger manufacturers the original wood pellet grill. Traeger Grills offer the versatility to grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise and bbq with that real wood flavor. Traeger grills are backed by a 3-year warranty. We have broken down the features of each model to help you decide which Traeger Pellet Grill is right for you.

  Timberline Pro Series Ironwood Portable
  Traeger Timberline 850 Pellet Grill Timberline 850 Traeger Timberline 1300 Pellet Grill Timberline 1300 Traeger Timberline 1300 Pellet Grill Timberline XL Traeger Pro Series 575 Pellet Grill Pro Series 575 Traeger Pro Series 780 Pellet Grill Pro Series 780 Traeger Pro Series 22 Pellet Grill Pro Series 22 Traeger Pro Series 34 Pellet Grill Pro Series 34 Traeger Ironwood Series 650 Pellet Grill Ironwood 650 Traeger Ironwood Series 885 Pellet Grill Ironwood 885 Traeger Tailgater 20 Pellet Grill Tailgater 20 Traeger Ranger Pellet Grill Ranger

Colors

Black

Black

Black

Black or Bronze

Black or Bronze

Bronze

Bronze

Black

Black

Black

Black

Max Temp

500°F

500°F

500°F

450°F

500°F

450°F

450°F

500°F

500°F

450°F

450°F

Hopper Capacity

24 lbs

24 lbs

22 lbs

18 lbs

18 lbs

18 lbs

18 lbs

20 lbs

20 lbs

20 lbs

20 lbs

Controller

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

Digital Pro

Digital Pro

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

WiFIRE with
Smartphone App

Digital Arc Controller

Digital Arc Controller

Meat Probe Included

Yes
(1 Included)

Yes
(1 Included)

Yes
(4 Included - 2 MEATER, 2 wired)

Yes
(1 Included)

Yes
(1 Included)

Yes
(2 Included)

Yes
(2 Included)

Yes
(1 Included)

Yes
(1 Included)

No

Yes
(1 Included)

Number of Racks

3

3

3

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

Total Grilling Area

850 sq in

1300 sq in

1320 sq in

575 sq in

780 sq in

572 sq in

884 sq in

650 sq in

885 sq in

300 sq in

184 sq in

Cooking Grate Material

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Porcelain Coated Steel

Hopper Clean-out

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Wi-Fi Enabled

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

Downdraft Exhaust

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

 

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Full-Length Grill Cover

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Folding Front Shelf

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Power-Inverter

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Traeger Model Comparison FAQ

What is the difference between Traeger grills?

As the chart above illustrates, Traeger provides a wide range of models from the small portable grills to the flagship Timberline XL. All Traeger models deliver high heat and can hold at least 18 pounds of pellets in their hoppers. Most models employ WiFIRE technology and work with their smartphone app. If you have questions about Traeger models, please call a BBQGuys expert today!

Are Traeger grills worth it?

Absolutely! Traeger offers a wide range of grills at different price points and with different feature sets. In general, the larger the pellet grill, and the more advanced features, the higher the price point. With Traeger, you get what you pay for!

What is the difference between the Ironwood and Pro series?

The two lines have many similarities in terms of size and features. The Ironwood grills are available in black, while the Traeger Pro Series grills are either bronze, or have an option to be bronze or black. The Ironwood grills hold slightly more pellets. All Ironwood models are WiFi-enabled, while some Pro Series models are not. Finally, the Ironwood models both employ Traeger's Downdraft Exhaust, which isn't available on the Pro Series line.

Is the Traeger Ironwood 650 big enough?

With 650 square inches of cooking area, the Ironwood 650 is a small pellet smoker and is toward the smaller end of the Traeger lineup, which ranges from 572 to 1,300 square inches (not including the much smaller portable grills). The cooking grid is a generous 22" x 19", which is large enough to grill 16 burgers at a time.

What is the Traeger downdraft system?

Traeger's Downdraft Exhaust forces old smoke to leave the system below where the food is cooked or smoked, giving you the best hardwood flavor. You have control of the smoke output, which increases the penetration of smoke for amazing wood flavor.