One of the best gas grills for $400 to $700.

If your budget for a new grill spans $400 to $700, you'll have a bevy of choices from big name brands like Weber, Member's Mark, and Char-Broil with features that make outdoor cooking a pleasure. 

"This price range is where you really see your options start to open up," says Mark Allwood, a Consumer Reports market analyst who oversees gas grills. You can get a top-of-the-line small or midsized grill, or a solidly built large model. You'll also see higher quality stainless steel, and more of it. Expect improved quality of construction, too.

"Just don't expect lots of bells and whistles if you go big—you'd have to spend close to $1,000 for most top-tier large grills with the same features," Allwood says.

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Consumer Reports tests dozens of new gas grills each year, in every price range. This year we’ve already tested more than 25, and as of early June our engineers are in the process of building and assessing about 20 more in our labs. 

Below, we’ve compiled a list of the very best gas grills for $400 to $700 in small, medium, and large sizes. If you’re unsure which size you need or which features matter, start with our gas grill buying guide. CR members can also jump right into our grill ratings, currently nearly 200 gas models, more than 50 of which are $400 to $700.

Best Gas Grills for $400 to $700

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Sturdy construction, even heating, flare-up reduction—Consumer Reports experts explain to "Consumer 101" TV show host Jack Rico what to look for when buying a gas grill.