ACCU-PROBE Temperature Gauge
Stainless Steel WAVE Rod 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
High-quality grilling at an affordable price, the Rogue® 525 With Infrared SIZZLE ZONE Side Burner by Napoleon is a versatile addition to any backyard. High-quality grilling at an affordable price, the Rogue® 525 Gas Grill with Infrared Side Burner by Napoleon is a versatile addition to any backyard. Beautiful inside and out, this grill is made from durable stainless steel and features folding side shelves for extra space when you need to tuck your grill away. Easily move this Rogue® to where the action is with the locking casters. Inside, dual level sear plates vaporize drips and four tube burners light instantly with the JETFIRE ignition system. Feed a crowd; with 745 square inches of total cooking area, which includes the infrared side burner, it's no trouble at all. The thick stainless steel cooking grids are easy to maintain and distribute heat evenly. You'll know it's a Napoleon with the iconic WAVE cooking grids for those distinctive sear marks. Use this grill for more than just searing the perfect steak; use it to bake roast, and smoke too. Grill different and go Rogue® with the Rogue® 525 Gas Grill.
- 57,000 BTU's
- 5 Burners
- 745 in Total Cooking Area
- Stainless Steel WAVE Cooking Grids
||President's Limited Lifetime
||Natural Gas & Propane
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