5-Burner Gas Grill with Ceramic Searing and Rotisserie BurnersNEW Item !| Item# 07116156000 | Model# S3218ANB
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|Dimensions and Capacity:|
|Primary Cooking Area:||400 sq. in. and above|
|Primary Cooking Area (sq. in.):||576|
|Total Cooking Area Range:||700 sq. in. and above|
|Total Grill Cooking Area (sq. in.):||768|
|Wheel or Caster Size (in.):||3|
|Assembly:||Ready to assemble|
|Fuel Type:||Propane (LP)|
|Wheels or Casters:||Yes|
|Materials & Finishes:|
|Material, Lid:||Stainless steel|
|Included with Item:|
|Grill Side Shelf:||Yes|
|Handle Material:||Stainless steel|
|Number of Wheels:||4|
|Wheels Location:||Front and Back|
|Number of Cooking Grates:||1|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Parts 1 year, burners 10 years|
|Burner Material:||Stainless steel|
|Heat Distribution:||Stainless steel|
|Prefer Electronic Ignition:||Yes|
|Temperature Gauge Location:||Lid|
|Tilt Tank Support:||Yes|
|BTUs Per Hour:||40,000 or more|
|Side Burner BTUs:||12000|
|Bonus Grid Type:||Warming rack|
|Cooking Grate Material:||Stainless Steel Rod|
|Primary Grid Burner No.:||5|
|Primary Grid Number:||3|
|Bonus Burner Type:||Side burner|
|Side Burner Included:||Yes|
|Shelves & Storage:|
|Side Shelf Material:||Stainless steel|
|Side Shelf Type:||Fixed|
Ratings & Reviews
Kenmore 5-Burner Gas Grill Lets You Make a Feast of a Cookout
With its chic stainless steel surface with color accents, the Kenmore 5-Burner Gas Grill doesn't just look good, it actually delivers! With 5 burners, 576 sq. in. of cooking space, a rotisserie burner, and a side burner, this amazing grill will have you grilling up a storm in no time!
The infrared side burner allows for faster cooking time and prevents flare ups, so you get evenly cooked food without any hot or cold spots. There's also a halogen light to help you see what’s cooking even when the sun goes down, and the stainless steel hood and powder coated surface ensure that your Kenmore grill stays looking great year after year.
For added versatility, convert it to natural gas with natural gas conversion kit 071-10478. Set a new standard in grilling with the five burner gas grill from Sears.
- Kenmore Ceramic Searing Gas Grill with Rotisserie Burner lets you barbecue more efficiently
- Features five main burners, rotisserie burner, and infrared side burner
- Stainless steel with painted control panel and doors keep it looking sleek and attractive as well as durable
- Halogen light helps you see at night
- Four casters make it easy to move
- 32" x 18" main cooking area lets you grill for a small crowd
- 5 - 12,000 BTU burners, 12,000 BTU ceramic Infrared side burner, 11,000 BTU rotisserie burner
- Stainless steel hood locks in the heat and resists rust
- Powder coated cabinet resists weather and scratching
- Chrome plated plastic knobs make it easy to control the cooking
- Steel side shelf offers space for condiments and food prep
- For added versatility, convert it to natural gas with natural gas conversion kit 071-10478
- Assembly required.
Added on January 31, 2014
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Most Helpful Reviews
So far I am enjoying the grill but with there were hooks or a basket for tools. No place to have anything. AND I wish there was a cover that fit properly. The 65" to too wide and too long.
I've been using using gas grills for about 30 years and have tried many brands. Our last grill was an $1800 model by Vermont Castings. Our problems have always been caused by where we live; Louisiana weather will eat a grill up. No amount of baked on enamel will protect steel when you live here and cast iron grates are gone in a year. We've had the Kenmore 415.16649010 in brushed stainless steel finish for three years and it's held up beautifully. About 85% of the grill is made from stainless and the enameled steel parts are mostly not exposed to cooking. Unfortunately, the firebox is enameled and very susceptible to rusting. Just to be safe, I've lined the firebox sidewalls and bottom with several layers of heavy-duty aluminum foil. This has worked well to protect the steel and after three years is finally ready for a fresh lining of foil. The steel in the grill is high quality and with a normal amount of wiping after use, it has not suffered more than a few spots of minor discoloration. I know that even stainless will discolor when exposed to heat, moisture, and salt. We paid our Sears dealer about $100 to assemble the grill and install the conversion unit for natural gas and it was money well-spent. My only complaint has to do with the rotisserie unit that was recommended at the store for this grill. The Master Forge Stainless Universal Rotisserie (mod. FL-6107-2SQ) is an excellent unit and has given good service but I had to modify (bend) the mounts to get the unit to fit the grill. I have filed the sharp corners to prevent damage to the cover. I try to get the grill under our porch when rain is threatening but it has had a few soakings. So far this had not caused a problem- I wipe out the water from inside the cabinets and pour the collected water out of the grease tray and it keeps on ticking. BTW, it helps to keep the grease tray cleaned out! I researched this grill before buying and read complaints about the btu's generated and the large opening at the back of the cover. In the past I've struggled to cook on grills that wanted to incinerate the food (i.e. Vermont Castings). For me the Kenmore gives just the right amount of heat. I have yet to burn food on this grill, including with the rotisserie, and the cooking time is reasonable. Plus, the gap at the back of the cover makes visual inspection of the food without raising the lid easy to do when the halogen lamps are turned on. All in all, it's been a great value for the money and it still looks good!
Bought this grill 2 years ago after having a Weber for 17 years. When I first used it the grill was okay. It heated up evenly and gave off a respectful amount of heat. It still cooks okay not great but just okay. I clean the grids after each use and give the entire grill a cleaning mid summer and at the end of summer. (clean diffusers, burners, burner box and grids thoroughly). I try to keep as close to new as I can. Had to go searching for screws for the magnets that hold the door shut (they kept coming off no matter how much I tightened them. I use a bungy cord to keep the doors closed. The other day the brackets that hold the warming rack came off entirely on one side a tilted on the other. There is no way to repair this. Had to buy baby bumper guards for side shelves because they kept ripping the cover I put on to protect the grill. sears used to have a great reputation when it came to their products. Not now, they are cheaply made and when you call the Customer service is horrible. I will have to by a warming rack with folding legs so I can enjoy. I will dump this grill at the end of this summer.
We have had this grill in all stainless for a yr now 5/9/12 purchased. After about a month one of the knobs melted on the inside making it hard to adjust the temp. At the time we thought oh well we still have 4 more burners...Our searing burner never worked either? Agree with the light cord too too short! Well we fired it up agin this year and now 2 other knobs are melted! We have it attached to our natural gas line (main reason we went with this grill) so we have to turn the gas line off each time we use it b/c the knobs just turn and turn due to the plastic being melted! Was on the phone with Sears/recall line/CS for over an hour today in total to have to find out that since we are 2 months over our warranty we need to pay $99 for someone to come look at it...at this point im sure they will just replace the cheap knobs and we will be out all this money when we should have just bought a cheaper grill and just kept buying new each year! NOT worth the price!
Falling Waters, WV
Got this grill and the first day the ignitors did not work. Sears did come out a week later and replace it. Then 1-1/2 weeks later after using it once the ignitors did not work on this grill. Was showing it off on the 4th of July and noticed rust on it. It is kept out of the weather under a grill gazebo. Very disapponted with Sears and Kenmore over the quality of this grill. This grill is way over priced for the quality of it!
I was tired of my grill parts rusting and only lasting a couple of years, The salesman showed us this one and said it was all stainless did not have to worry about parts rusting out. We have had this grill about 4 months and use it at least 2 times a week. Very disappointed with the heat diffusers they must not be stainless or a very low quality stainless steel. They are rusting and piting already could not believe it when I took them out to clean them, I went on sears website to price replacements THERE 41.95 each there are 5 of them on the grill! This was the most expensive grill in the store, we bought it because the salesman said it would last long time because of it being stainless. No wonder everyone you see an article about sears anymore it is not good.
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