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- Best-in-class lifetime warranty and all-stainless steel construction promise years of use
- Triple Ridge Flame Tamers evenly distribute heat and direct drippings away from flame for fewer flare-ups
- Infrared side burner puts you in command of lightning-quick, high-heat searing for steaks or chops
- Three stainless steel tube burners churn out intense heat above 700 F for hot-and-fast grilling
- Double-walled grill hood, side walls, and fire box add an extra layer of insulation for consistent temperatures
Merging lasting materials with unrivaled performance among its peers, the Victory propane gas grill is ready to take on all challengers and help you Taste Victory. Nearly every component in the grill body is built using 18-gauge stainless steel, the kind of durable construction you need to emerge victorious from every BBQ and savor the moments that matter.
Full-Featured Grill at an Affordable Price
The double-lined hood, side walls, and fire box seal in heat, leading to steadier temperatures throughout the grill. Between the main grilling area and secondary warming rack, the 7-mm round steel cooking rods offer 626 square inches of cooking space; this is more than any in-class competitor can claim. Below the grill grates is a series of Triple Ridge Flame Tamers, which are uniquely shaped to spread even heat, keep flare-ups to a minimum, and afford even greater protection to the already-durable stainless steel burners. By centering the burners directly below the central ridges of the flame tamers, the Victory gas grill wicks drippings straight to a slide-out, full-width drip tray that makes cleanup incredibly simple.
3 Burners plus an Infrared Searing Side Burner
Each burner in this freestanding gas grill packs 12,000 BTUs, as does the infrared side burner that quickly preheats for steakhouse-style searing. Grillers seeking victory will also be glad to see a hood-mounted thermometer, an indispensable feature for keeping your eye on temperatures, and a battery-free piezo ignitor that reliably lights the burners.
A Best-in-Class Grill Cart
The Victory freestanding grill cart is fully enclosed for safe storage and a more finished look, while the left side shelf provides convenient prep space and beer placement for those who partake. Throw in 8 built-in tool hooks, heavy-duty locking casters for mobility and stability, and more than enough storage space for a propane tank, and this grill has features that go toe-to-toe with the best of them. So, are you ready to Taste Victory? Take winning BBQ into your own hands with the Victory gas grill.
All-Stainless Steel Design
For top-of-class quality, the Victory gas grills exterior is constructed entirely from durable, corrosion-resistant stainless steel.
Powerful Side Sear Burner
The 12,000-BTU infrared side sear burner quickly and intensely sears up to 2 steaks at once without taking up main grilling space.
Largest-In-Class Grilling Area
Victorys 464 square inches of main grilling space are the most in class, with 162 square inches of secondary space on the top grate.
Triple Ridge Flame Tamers
Uniquely engineered to evenly distribute high heat, greatly reduce flare-ups, and better protect the stainless steel burners below.
Fully Enclosed Storage Cart
As sturdy as it is spacious, the Victory grill cart offers secure storage for propane tanks and more while providing a finished look.
Convenient Tool Hooks
A set of 8 grilling accessory hooks 4 on each side shelf allows grillers to keep tongs, spatulas, and more within arms reach.
Legal disclaimers and warnings
Product packaging, owners’ manuals, installation instructions, and/or operating instructions may include more information than what is shown on our website. The content on our site is intended to be used for reference purposes only. Please fully read all included manuals and documentation before installing or using this product. WARNING for California residents: this product may contain chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause birth defects, cancer, or other reproductive harm.
- Model Number
|Primary Color||Stainless Steel|
Number Of Main Burners
Grilling Surface BTUs
Infrared Main Burner
Main Burner Material
Flame Tamer Material
Cooking Grate Material
|Chrome Plated Steel|
|Cooking Grid Dimensions||26 X 17 7/8"|
|Main Grilling Area||464 Sq. Inches|
Secondary Grilling Area
|162 Sq. Inches|
|Total Grilling Area||626 Sq. Inches|
|Rotisserie Burner BTUs||No Rear Burner|
Heat Zone Separators
Spring Assisted Hood
Includes Smoker Box
|Total Side Burner BTUs||12000|
|Made In USA||No|
|Cart Assembly||Some Assembly Required|
|Small (0 - 26")|
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Victory offers a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under normal residential use and conditions on the stainless steel exterior of the grill. The stainless steel burners, flame tamers, and chrome plated steel cooking grates are warrantied for fifteen (15) years, and the valves and ignition are warrantied for two (2) years. Labor not included.
Refer to manufacturers manual for full warranty details.
Customer Reviews (21)Back to Top
81% of reviews recommend this product
Not the quality I was expecting
I have a Napoleon grill at home that I've had for 15 years. After speaking with two reps from BBQGuys and relying on their advice, I bought the Victory for my second home, expecting good value in the grill. It was less expensive, but I was assured it was as well made as the Napoleon. Not true. It is best described as flimsy compared to the Napoleon. Assembly was difficult in a few spots and one imbedded screw-nut just pulled out. I haven't cooked with it yet, and even if it cooks fine, I am disappointed with the quality of its construction. I'd give it 4-5 Stars if it was marketed as a slightly above average grill and that was what I was expecting....because that's what it is. Don't let them tell you otherwise...the are hyping-up their in-house grill. I would have paid double to get what I wanted but wasted my money on this based on BBQGuys advice.
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- All-stainless steel construction defends against rust and is backed by best-in-class warranties
- Effortless Piezo ignitor provides a quick start, with backup ignition for extra reliability
- Engineered with Triple Ridge Flame Tamers for excellent overall cooking performance
- Remarkably even temperatures that tackle delicate and aggressive heats equally well
- Features a fully enclosed cart and steakhouse-level, 12,000-BTU infrared side sear burner
Victory is ours, and we can tell you what our engineers set out to do: take every expectation you have for a solid gas grill, make it as durable as humanly possible, leave out the features most Entry-Level brands ignore, aim that price tag lower than a limbo champion, and fire all cylinders at full throttle. Did we succeed? Read along for the details, but if you’d rather a spoiler: absolutely.
You see, after more than 20 years in the grilling game, we’ve seen it all, heard it all, and sold it all. And all those years of sterling customer service meant a mountain of product feedback. Let us put it to you this way: everything you’ve loved about those grills, we’ve done here; everything you haven’t, we’ve left out. This is the grill you buy when you expect—no, insist upon—excellence on a budget. Everything in the name is represented in this design: the Victory gas grill is a heavyweight contender at the price point of an underdog, and it pulls no punches in helping you celebrate the moments that matter. Between solid construction, powerful grilling performance, and a best-in-class, lifetime warranty, we’ve done away with the compromises and built a champion so you can taste Victory.
To put our victorious vision to the test, we asked Chef Tony to run his rigorous rounds of testing on every aspect of the Victory gas grill. His findings provide an objective, real-world picture of the grill’s quality, performance, and features, the 3 major components by which we judge every product. Read on to see the results.
Built with nothing but steel and supported by a lifetime warranty, the Victory gas grill will flourish with impeccable strength in practically any environment.
Nine months before release, our R&D department took our prototype gas grill outside and sprayed it down, inside and out, with a supersaturated saline mixture of three-parts salt, one-part water. We then parked it outside in the humid Louisianan heat to endure whatever molecular breakdown nature intended. The only rust we’ve seen is surface-level, and the prototype grill was still performing like a dream nearly a year later. Once Chef Tony got the XRF gun out to measure the materials, it all became clear: the burners, flame tamers, fire box, and exterior of the grill and cart all tested to be varying levels of 400-grade stainless steel,
great for an Entry-Level grill. Then came the calipers, which recorded 16-gauge fire box walls, a 20-gauge hood exterior and interior liner, and 21-gauge tube burners; these thickness are more in line with industry standards.
Pop open the hood, and you’ll find a removable secondary grilling surface along with solid, 7mm steel cooking rods with a durable chrome finish — a great thickness for this grill class, according to Chef Tony. The main grilling area measures 464 square inches for 26 ⅛” wide by 18” deep with two 12 ½” wide side shelves, and each shelf includes tool hooks for easily reaching your favorite BBQ utensils. That spacious grilling area is safe inside the double-lined grill hood and walls, which lend extra sturdiness while retaining more heat thanks to their thickness. As for the cart, we’ve fully enclosed it to protect grilling gear from the elements: that’s something any griller used to the Entry-Level class will love.
Not to mention the double-walled access doors on the front,Chef Tony says,
which don’t have the flimsy, wobbly feel you can sometimes encounter in this class.
Finally, our confidence in this grill is so high that the warranty coverage we’re offering is bar none. Victory ships with a best-in-class, lifetime warranty on the exterior and a whopping 15 years on the internal components (grill grates, flame tamers, burners, warming rack, and so on). We even offer 2 years on incidental parts — such as the ignition and thermometers — which is double the next-best grill in this class. “(The warranty) really sets the Victory gas grill apart in its class,” Chef Tony says. With this sterling standard in place, it’s a fair bet to say that we didn’t engineer the Victory gas grill to be a gamble: it’s a sure thing, built to perform and perform well. We’ll call that a victory any day.
After rounds of thoughtful design and brutal testing, the Victory gas grill undoubtedly performs to an exceptional degree.
Where you want any grill to shine is its performance, and Victory doesn’t break that trend. This is especially the case with the trio of 12,000-BTU, stainless steel tubular burners that power the main cooking surface (with painless Piezo ignition built right in). As always, we turned to Chef Tony’s thermocouple tests to measure temperature evenness and variance on both high and low heat settings. The high-heat trial yielded an average cooking-surface temperature of 620°F after 15 minutes of preheating —
high enough to sear just about anything you’d like, per our intrepid grill tester — while that number jumped to 657°F at the 20-minute mark. With all burners on low for 30 minutes, meanwhile, the average temperature at the cooking surface registered 295°F, certifably great for a gas grill at this price point. Victory’s temperature variance was also noteworthy: the readout furthest from the high-heat average was off by 74°F, while the low-end variance clocked in at just 33°F off the average. “That’s tough to beat,” says Chef Tony.
Earlier, we mentioned those 7mm steel-plated grill grates. They cover 464 square inches of main cooking area, along with another 162 square inches across the secondary warming rack — good for a class-leading 626 square inches of grilling space. Underneath the grates, we’ve got 18-gauge stainless steel Triple Ridge Flame Tamers, designed to leave no flat spots for grease. That means you can forget flare-ups; any wayward dribbles of juice are sizzled back into smoky flavor or wicked to the full-width, pull-out drip tray. Our engineers clearly wanted a flame tamer that could handle grease while holding and spreading enough heat to provide even cooking front-to-back, side-to-side. Speaking of even heating, this Victory grill doubles down with full-coverage heat baffles designed to deflect even more heat back toward your food.
Of course, Chef Tony was perhaps most eager to put those highly touted flame tamers to the test. He examined their effectiveness by cooking as many burger patties as he could at once, and it’s safe to say he was wowed.
The burger test went very well and really showcased the rock-solid performance of Victory’s flame-taming setup, Chef Tony says.
You’re able to get that perfectly controlled flame kiss that you’re looking for when you flip your burgers. Overall, we saw excellent performance from Victory’s flame-taming system. It just far exceeded the standard for this class of grill.
That tracks perfectly with our R&D team’s prototype tests, which aimed to create massive flare-ups. They drizzled the assembled interior in the following oil-based flammable condiments, all at once: 2 bottles of BBQ sauce, 1 bottle of buffalo, a can of sunscreen, a jar of baking grease, a jar of tomato sauce, and even ¼ a bottle of olive oil. They wanted to turn this grill into a fireball, and just couldn’t do it. Only under the harshest conditions could our developers get a flare-up; this grill simply would not burst into roaring flames. If they can’t make it happen on purpose, we highly doubt you’ll be able to pull it off by accident.
Between great features and a formidable infrared side sear burner, the Victory gas grill doesn’t take
good enough for an answer.
Another big Victory moment here is built into its side shelf: the 12,000-BTU infrared side sear burner. Some side burners output too little power, making them barely capable of boiling water. To contrast, this burner doesn’t even belong in the same sentence. It’s a small area of very high temperature, perfect for small cooking tasks without involving the entire grill top while doubling as a great sear station. It even has a dedicated drip tray, making cleanup incredibly simple. Chef Tony assigned this burner a Good rating, but that’s compared with other infrared sear burners in higher grill classes; the fact that it’s even present on an Entry-Level model pushes it into Great territory in his eyes.
Despite going above and beyond from the jump, the Victory gas grill doesn’t skimp on regular expectations. That started with the most accurate built-in hood thermometer we could develop, boldly departing from the norm with a modern, rectangular design. But if you’re less worried about the hood thermometer and more concerned with where to store your BBQ accessories, Victory’s side shelves include 8 grilling tool hooks for simple access. Larger items like propane tanks will find plenty of room and protection in the fully enclosed storage cart, a relative rarity among Entry-Level gas grills. We’ve previously called out the Piezo ignition built right into the knobs (eliminating the need for batteries), but Victory also includes 2 secondary sources of backup ignition: match-light ports towards the back of the grates, one on either side of the grill. And between each set of burners are crossover channels that allow you to light all burners once you’ve got the first one ignited.
Other components include 4 heavy-duty casters (2 locking) and a full-width drip tray, perfect for catching those stray drippings and simplifying cleanup. But you’ll be seeing few of those with the final ace up the Victory’s sleeve: a highly engineered heat baffle system. Resting beneath the burners, it sizzles runaway juices while reflecting heat back to the cooking surface. For a fringe benefit, this saves that drip tray below from excessive temperatures. Heat baffle systems aren’t new to the Entry-Level gas grill class, but we don’t see many with as much careful engineering behind them as this one. We’ve been told the R&D crew went through over 20 separate designs to protect the internals against flare-ups, guaranteeing a high-quality cookout every time. Tastes like victory to us.
Questions & Answers (10)Back to Top
When will there be a conversion kit for natural gas use? It is 9-4-22 now. Thanks, Mike
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Hi, Mike. We have been assured there will be a conversion kit for the Victory grills. We just haven't been given a specific date.
How durable is this grill if left outdoors? I live in South Florida where it rains a lot. My current grill (a low end char-broil from Home Depot) has lasted only 2 years before the interior has rusted out (grates, burners, starters etc) and its no longer working. So I need a grill that can survive being left outdoors in the Florida rain, humidity, and nearness to salt water (3 miles away) on a non-covered patio.
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Hi, Tim. As part of the product testing for Victory Gas Grills, we have left them exposed to the elements here in South Louisiana for several years with no ill effects. Since Victory is our own brand, BBQGuys handles the 15-year warranty on the exterior stainless steel.
Is this made of 304 stainless?
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Hi. The Victory Propane Grill is made of 430-grade stainless steel.
Hi what are the actual grate measurements? Do you have a griddle that will fit on whole cooking surface or part? Thanks
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Hi, Anton. The grill grates on the Victory Gas Grill measure 26 inches wide by 17 7/8 inches deep. Covering the grates completely will interfere with combustion, and will void any warranty. As for griddles, we would suggest using Little Griddle Sizzle-Q Stainless Steel Griddle For BBQ Grills - www.bbqguys.com/little-griddle/sizzle-q-stainless-steel-griddle-for-bbq-grills
Are stainless steel cooking grids available for this model?
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Hi, JB. Currently we do not have stainless steel grates available for the Victory grill.
I see there is currently no natural gas conversion kit per the reviews, but there is apperently one in the works. What is the timing on this? Today is 5/24/2022.
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Hi, Jamie. There is a conversion kit planned for the Victory Gas Grill. We don't have a set date yet for it to become available.
Is this grill convertible to natural gas?
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Hi Eric. A conversion kit is not available for this grill yet, but one is in the works!
Don't think so
Is there a natural gas conversion kit for this grill?
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Hello Mark! There currently is no natural gas conversion kit for this Victory gas grill.
Hi do the side shelves fold down
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Hi Frankie! The side shelves on this grill do not fold down.
You said you saw surface rust. I'm really concerned about rust as I don't have anywhere to store it indoors. Thanks.
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Hi Danny. Rust shouldn't be much of a concern with Victory grills! The rust mentioned in the expert review only occurred at surface-level, and this was during testing under extreme conditions (the grill was sprayed down with a saline solution and left out in a humid environment for almost a year). Surface-level rust won't affect the structural soundness/performance of the grill and can be easily removed, it's also unlikely to occur with proper care and use of a grill cover during wet weather conditions.
I have not seen any surface rust on my Victory grill. I simply keep the cover made for it in place when not in use.
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