9 Most Expensive Grills on the Market

The average grill costs around $250, but the price is about more than fancy add-ons. It’s about materials, functionality, portability, durability, and most of all, getting the most advanced cooking methods out there to do your meat proud.

We’re counting down the 9 most expensive grills that money can buy so you can become the envy of the neighborhood, the king of the tailgate, or whatever your goal is with nabbing one of these prestigious BBQ machines.

  • Twin Eagles Super Premium Gas Grill
  • Price: $13,649
    Brand: Twin Eagles
    Size: 54”

    Twin Eagles Super Premium Gas Grill
    photo source: Fireplaces R Us

    The Twin Eagles Super Premium Gas Grill is a fancy example of modern grilling technology. It comes in packages as small as 36” and as large as the super-sized 56” premium version. This stainless-steel grill is consistently lit by ambient blue lighting.

    The company’s “TempTrack illumination” system gives you exact temperature readings to help you know when to sear and when to cover. It also has an infrared rotisserie burner tucked away, made from black glass. This Twin Eagles gas grill costs $13,649.

    Did you know?

    Twin Eagles Grills is a company headquartered in Cerritos, California. Dometic owns them now and has integrated the grills into their line of outdoor lifestyle merchandise. They sell the grills, and their website also features a ton of recipes you can use on them.

  • American Muscle Grill 8-Burner Freestanding Gas Grill
  • Price: $15,999
    Brand: American Muscle Grill
    Size: 54”

    American Muscle Grill 8-Burner Freestanding Gas Grill
    photo source: BBQ Grills

    The American Muscle Grill 8-Burner Freestanding Gas Grill is a multi-fuel grill that can be used with charcoal, wood, or propane fuel. It features a free cover, griddle, and searing burner, which is an impressive configuration for a freestanding grill.

    The grill’s outward design emulates the Shelby GT 350 Mustang, the 1969 luxury coupe. It was built from 304-grade stainless steel and has eight stainless steel tubular burners (22,000 BTU each for 176,000 BTU total).

    This hemi-shaped grill retails for $15,999.

    Did you know?

    The grill comes with space for a big drawer so you can keep bags of fuel right in the grill. It also has soft-closing drawers for your cooking tools. It has burners that work on V-Tech cooking technology that can be reversed, one side for beef, pork, chicken, and the concave side for more delicate cooking like vegetables and fish.

  • Hestan 42-in Outdoor Deluxe Grill with Rotisserie Kit
  • Price: $16,608
    Brand: Hestan
    Size: 42”

    Hestan 42-in Outdoor Deluxe Grill with Rotisserie Kit
    photo source: BBQ Authority

    This freestanding outdoor deluxe grill by Hestan has a lot of luxury features that drive its high price of $16,608. For its high price, you get 4 sear burners and a fully customizable color palette (the brand offers 11 color choices other than the default steel).

    The grill has a sturdy stainless steel construction, including the brand’s DiamondCut Grates, spring-assisted hood, infrared rotisserie burner, and ceramic briquettes that work on a “flip-to-clean” system.

    The grill’s ceramic top burners cook with infrared heat. Each delivers up to 18,000 BTUs of heat coverage. The sear burners are even stronger at 25,000 BTUs. Mini halogen lights illuminate the grill’s entire cooking surface, which is 774 square inches of primary grilling space and a 282 square-inch warming rack.

    Did you know?

    This Hestan grill has a 5-year warranty on its major mechanical parts, including the briquette tray, spit rod, gas valves, manifolds, and the sealed burner assembly.

  • RH Peterson Fire Magic Echelon Diamond Series Grill
  • Price: $17,098
    Brand: RH Peterson
    Size: 48”

    RH Peterson Fire Magic Echelon Diamond Series Grill
    photo source: Amazon

    The RH Peterson Fire Magic Echelon Diamond Series Grill is a full outdoor grill on a cart with a power burner, infrared burner, rotisserie, and viewing window. The grill was made by RH Peterson out of 304 stainless steel and includes quantum back burners and a wood chip burner as well.

    The grill has E burners cast in stainless steel, each with 28,000 BTUs of grilling power. It also has a full rotisserie kit, a spring-assisted lid, a 12-inch firebox with convection cooking, and a “magic view” window so you can see the goodness inside without lifting the lid and messing with the heat.

    The Echelon Diamond Cart Grill retails for $17,098.

    Did you know?

    This RH Peterson grill is one of the heaviest freestanding grills on this list, weighing in at a stout 820 pounds.

  • Al Fresco ALXE-56BFGR-LPNG Standard Grill
  • Price: $17,749
    Brand: Al Fresco
    Size: 51”

    Al Fresco ALXE-56BFGR-LPNG Standard Grill
    photo source: Amazon

    The Al Fresco ALXE-56BFGR-LPNG Standard Grill is a beast that weighs 547 pounds and is made of polished stainless steel and ceramic. It’s a freestanding grill for your outdoor cooking area. The burner system is made of Accufire titanium.

    The professional cooking quality comes from the steel cooking grates, which have been designed to have no hot or cold spots across the entire cooking surface. The grill also has a heavy-duty system for rotisserie cooking.

    This grill sells through Amazon in Al Fresco’s store for $17,749.

    Did you know?

    Though listed on Amazon as Al Fresco, their full name is Alfresco Open Air Culinary Systems. They’re out of Southern California and have offered a lot of industry firsts with their grills. This includes the first integrated rotisserie motor, the first 56” professional grill, the first trash chute, and the first in many more outdoor kitchen accessories.

  • Crown Verity CV-TG-4 Towable Grill
  • Price: $18,537.54
    Brand: Crown Verity
    Size: 69”

    Crown Verity CV-TG-4 Towable Grill
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    The Crown Verity CV-TG-4 Towable Grill is a 69” tailgate grill that includes a sink and beverage compartments. We had to include something on this list for tailgaters and not just home grillers!

    This grill retails for $18,537.54 and comes with a huge cooking surface that encompasses 99,000 BTU over 6 burners. It also has insulated storage compartments to store all your stuff and keep it ready to serve for hours. The whole thing is weather-resistant and made from stainless steel.

    Did you know?

    Crow Verity is well-known for its generous warranties. In this case, they included a lifetime warranty on the grill body and the grates. The burners have a 10-year guarantee.

  • Encore Freestanding Hybrid Grill
  • Price: $18,617
    Brand: American Made Grills
    Size: 54”

    Encore Freestanding Hybrid Grill
    photo source: BBQ Guys

    The Encore Freestanding Hybrid Grill by American Made Grills is made from 304 stainless steel grills. The cart has built-in shelves, cutting boards, and seven stainless steel burners. The grill comes with the cart, vinyl cover, rotisserie kit, griddle, infrared sear burner, and fuel kit.

    The grill is compatible with charcoal wood chunks, pellet fuel, and natural gas. The grill’s tray system uses multiple types of fuel with a total grilling power of 176,000 BTU when all the burners are added up. This grill retails for $18,617.

    Did you know?

    American Made Grills is based in Huntington Beach, California, and is family owned. It has been building grills for over 20 years.

  • K1000HS Freestanding Hybrid Fire Grill with Side Burner
  • Price: $36,545
    Brand: Kalamazoo
    Size: 46”

    K1000HS Freestanding Hybrid Fire Grill with Side Burner
    photo source: Kalamazoo

    The K1000HS Freestanding Hybrid Fire Grill with Side Burner is a stainless-steel grill with four Dragon Burners, each of which has 26,500 BTUs behind them. It also has dual cooktop burners (20,500 BTU) and a rotisserie system.

    It cooks rotisserie with a system of infrared burners, with the motor mounted into the cabinet of the barbecue burner. It’s been designed for indirect barbecue cooking, meaning it can cook meat for extended periods at low temperatures.

    This grill retails on Kalamazoo Gourmet for $36,545.

    Did you know?

    For that price, this grill comes with built-in propane cylinder storage, hybrid fire-grilling drawers (both wood and charcoal), a deep hopper clean-out system, and stainless-steel rod grill grates. The whole thing is on wheels so it can be moved wherever you need it.

    For an extra price, the grilling surfaces can be laser-cut with custom designs chosen by the customer.

  • Gold-Plated Deluxe BeefEater Gas Grill
  • Price: $155,000
    Brand: BeefEater
    Size: Custom

    Gold-Plated Deluxe BeefEater Gas Grill
    photo source: Bon Appetit

    The most expensive grill is the Gold-Plated Deluxe BeefEater Gas Grill. This grill, as you might have guessed by its appearance, is completely plated in 24k gold. The grill has state-of-the-art Series 6 Burners and a warming rack (also gold).

    The price of the grill changes depending on the price of gold at the time in Australia, which is where BeefEater is located. Note that gold only starts to melt at 2000 degrees so there’s no danger of coating your steak in liquid gold.

    Did you know?

    BeefEater out of Australia sells not only grills like this but also built-in barbecues and other cooking setups. They are famous for 304 stainless steel products, sometimes coated in black porcelain (never enamel). This gold grill is the ultimate statement of their design sensibilities.

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