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The Turbo Elite model features five main burners,plus an infrared rotisserie burner for added versatility. The Elite provides 1,000 total square inches of cooking space, and 73,000 BTUs of pure, raw cooking power. Constructed of commercial 304-grade stainless steel and fitting traditional cut out dimensions, the Turbo Elite 5-burner gas grill is an ideal replacement grill for many existing outdoor kitchens. Side burners, cabinets and must-have accessories are available to compliment this grill in your outdoor kitchen.
|Additional Burners||Rear Rotisserie|
|Additional Features||Integrated Temperature gauge, Interior Lighting, Knob Lighting|
|Cooking grid||Stainless steel|
|Cutout dimensions||38.5" (W) x 19.75" (D) x 9.5" (H)|
|Product dimensions||41.5” (W) x 25” (D) x 9” (H)|
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Looks good on the outside but after a year complete disappointmentReview by Scott Simmons / (Posted on 7/14/2016)Looks Good when you buy it but after a year the grill has serious issues, There is a lot of rust spots on the hood and the lights don't work, parts are not available and have to wait months to get them. Disappointed in my choice. Also a ton of hot spots towards the back of the grill.
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Great performance, but looks don't lastReview by ROBinTX / (Posted on 5/18/2016)In my first year of ownership, I loved this grill. By the end of the first summer season (approx. 6 months use) I noticed some small rust pitting on both ends of the grill. The grill is now three years old and the rust is quite noticeable on both ends of the grill. As the top of the hood has no rust issues at all, I believe the quality of stainless steel used on the sides is not of the same quality as the rest of the grill. After the first year, I noticed the plastic chrome-plated end caps for the handle were blistering and the chrome plating was peeling off. Also beware of the implications of using a cover on this grill. I keep mine covered 80% of the time and the BBQ Galore cover does not have any sort of scratch-free lining. I tried using a towel underneath the cover, but then found the cover allowed water to saturate the towel underneath. The hood of my grill has many small scratches as well as a couple of places where the cover actually polished the stainless from being covered in windy conditions. If you were going to use a cover, I would recommend thoroughly cleaning the exterior of the grill as well as the inside of the cover and using some sort of sheet foam (that won't absorb water) in between the cover an the grill to avoid scratching. I purchased this grill because I liked the features and it was the best looking grill I found at a price lower than most. Overall I am very satisfied with the performance of the grill, but this grill was the center piece of my outdoor kitchen and now I keep it covered unless in use because it looks like an old worn out grill after only three years. For a $2000 grill, I expect it to hold up cosmetically far longer than three years.