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The popularity of Weber’s portable Q series of grills inspired the creation of the Weber Q-3200 gas grill. Not quite the grill you would lug around on camping trips – since it is 83 pounds – the Q-3200 is designed for grilling enthusiasts with limited space for cooking and storage. As with other grills in the Weber Q series, this small grill comes loaded with big features. The solid construction and excellent design make it an excellent grill for the size.
- While the grill is portable, it is large enough to cook a roast or whole chicken.
- Quality materials are great for heat retention.
- Great for those living in a small space.
What to Consider
- Though it’s considered portable, it’s not quite as portable as other models.
- For the price, you may be able to purchase a full-sized grill with similar features.
Weber Q 3200 Features
- Two tubular stainless steel burners offer up to 21,700 BTUs of power.
- 393 square inches of primary cooking space with a 75 square inch warming rack.
- Heavy-duty cast aluminum lid and body.
- Uses a standard 20-pound liquid propane tank (sold separately).
- Lots of prep work space with two foldable side tables.
- Three hooks to hang your favorite grilling utensils.
- Get your grill started fast with easy electronic ignition.
- A bottom shelf for extra storage.
- Set the exact heat you want with infinite control burner valves.
- Easy clean-up with a removable catch pan.
- High quality USA made product.
- Available models for propane or a natural gas hookup.
Overview of the Weber Q 3200
When the Weber Q series first came out, the folks at Weber soon discovered the people buying these grills weren’t necessary dragging them to the beach or tailgates. Instead, they used these high quality grills on their patios and balconies with little desire to transport them.
Urban grillers fell in love with the Q series. In response, Weber introduced the Q-3200. This large “portable” grill has two stainless steel burners great for indirect cooking foods like chicken or delicate fish. One burner cuts through the middle of the grill while the other runs around the edges. At a 21,700 BTU maximum output, this grill would burn through those small disposable propane tanks quickly, so the grill is made to be attached to a 20-pound propane tank.
The once optional grill stand now comes standard, so you don’t need to worry about where you place your grill. The porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates hold in heat and cook foods evenly. Sun going down quicker than you expected? No problem. The grill even has a handle light to illuminate your cooking experience.
Weber offers a 5-year warranty on most parts of the grill including the lid assembly, cookbox, burner tubes, cooking grates, and plastic components. The remaining parts have a two-year warranty.
If you live in a small space but want to enjoy the delights of cooking on a Weber grill, the Q-3200 will leave you satisfied for years to come.