We chose this grill because we didn't want to spend a lot right now, but also didn't want the far low-end grill that would rust out quickly. It has a decent quality look to it and is respectably stable. The cabinet doors are a nice upgrade from the kind with the front panel - it's much easier to get to the tank, and the tools can be stored inside. Of course, it still has a small grease cup hanging under the burners, so anything in the cabinet is prone to getting greasy. We've only had it a few weeks now but so far so good.
This product rusted out after 2 years. It was always covered and kept inside the garage all winter. You should either spend more and buy a Weber or spend way less and be ok with it rusting out. I think all of these mid-level price grills are the same. They are made to look nice but internally they don't have the high grade stainless that Weber's have.
This grill was purchased as a Christmas present for 2017. The electric igniter had to be replaced 6 months ago. Now where the burner attaches to the grill body is degrading and one of the pins is broken. Quality is *****. A $400 grill should last at least a couple of years before the nickel and diming starts. I will not buy another Kenmore grill.