I would definitely recommend this KitchenAid grill to anyone who is looking for a roughly inexpensive and reliable grill.
Wish I could post a picture. I created a roll around cart (I use it at the Bay and you need to move around to find less windy locations on some days) out of 2x4s and the 2x4 shelving kit at Lowes. The grill BTU its self is a little on a weak side, but the searing burner has plenty of power. Just a cooking adjustment issue. I think the best feature is the Rotisserie burner in combination with the grill burners and the very deep and low drip pan. This is replacing a Kirkland rotisserie grill that gave up the ghost after many years (about 4 burner replacements) - they don't make that model anymore. So where to find an affordable grill with a rotisserie burner? For rotisserie, this is the best grill I have ever owned (we have a very expensive DCS as well). Like I said the combination of rotisserie burner and setting the grill burners on low - creates the perfect rotisserie combination. With the kirkland, you could never take you eye off the grill when cooking rotisserie with the grill burners on - the flame up was just going to happen. With this grill and the very low drip pan, and the stainless grates, it's not a problem. So you can get that perfect oven temperature and run the rotisserie burner for perfect results. Downside, kinda thin grade of stainless steel, and I have read that the grill grates are stainless coated and not solid (not a problem yet for me).
The BBQ arrived in a reasonable shipping time and was easy enough to install but I did use a bbq installer to handle the conversion before cutting my bbq island to fir the deeper Kitchen Aid bbq. It heats up fast but is a lot lighter than my much older bbq but hope that is lasts as the entire system is much lighter it seems in metal thickness. I added the optional rotisserie as well and would recommend both the bbq and rotisserie as a less expensive option than a Bull or other bbq manufacturer.
Bought for outdoor kitchen and it is awesome.
it would be much better if you would sell a lp gas version
and a separate natural gas version
and designate them lp and ng
rather than placing the burden on the nat gas consumer
to remove the lp nozzles...c'mon guys