ACCU-PROBE Temperature Gauge
Stainless Steel WAVE Grids
Cook With Charcoal On A Gas Grill (not included)
Stainless Steel Sear Plates
Space Saving Folding Side Shelves
Detachable Storage Basket
Infrared SIZZLE ZONE Side Burner
Napoleon prides itself on taking your grilling experience to the next level and the Rogue® Series R425SIB Gas Grill is the perfect way to make your (sear) mark while cooking. Napoleon prides itself on taking your grilling experience to the next level and the stainless steel Rogue® 425 Gas Grill with Infrared Side Burner is the perfect way to make your (sear) mark while cooking. This mid-sized grill can feed a group as you work culinary magic on 425 square inches of main grilling surface. Tempting meals are easy to create over the three main, stainless steel burners on this grill. With the ability to easily grill directly, or indirectly over heat that you control, the Rogue® 425 offers endless possibilities for tasty treats. You'll know it's a Napoleon with the iconic WAVE cooking grids for those distinctive sear marks. This grill features Napoleon's highly efficient Infrared SIZZLE ZONE side burner, making fast meals for one or two or use it to produce succulent sauces and sides while grilling a masterpiece that your guests would swear was from a five-star restaurant.
- 45,000 BTU's
- 4 Burners
- 620 in Total Cooking Area
- Stainless Steel WAVE Cooking Grids
||President's Limited Lifetime
||Natural Gas & Propane
|Infrared Cooking Options
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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