Some gas grills manufactured in the United States include the Weber Summit E-670, Vermont Castings Signature Series and the Broil King Signet 90. Vermont Castings makes its grills in Vermont and Weber constructs all its gas grills in Illinois.
The Weber Summit E-670 is a large gas grill that sells for around $2,500, as of 2015. It has 605 square inches of cooking space, six main burners and a rotisserie with an infrared burner. Consumers trust the Weber brand because of its durability and dependability and the E-670 has a combination cast iron and stainless-steel cooking surfaces making clean up fast and easy.
The Vermont Castings Signature Series gas grill provides five main burners and 610 square inches of cooking area. It converts to a natural gas grill easily and its grates are stainless steel-coated cast iron. Retailing for around $2,500, the Vermont Castings grill provides even heating on both low and high settings and has a unique preheating feature other grills lack.
Broil King makes a lower-end gas grill that sells for around $700. The smaller Signet 90 provides 35 square inches of cooking space, three main burners and heats evenly on low or high heat. Made in Indiana, the Broil King Signet 90 has a side grill and coated cast-iron grates.