The top 10 gas grills between the price of $2,000 and $4,000 on the market. If you are looking to purchase a new grill in this price range (based on manufacturer's suggested retail price) then these are the ones you should be looking at.
For more advice on gas grills in this price range see my Gas Grills between $2000 and $4000 Buyer's Guide.
This Summit series Weber grill is fully loaded with virtually every feature you can think of. Six main burners are supplemented by with a side burner, infrared rotisserie burner, dedicated sear burner and a smoker box with its own smoker burner. All in all, this grill has 10 burners on it and 10 (lighted) control knobs to go with it. This is Weber's Ultimate grill. Weber provides an excellent warranty and support, so you'll get a good 10 years out of this grill one way or the other. This unit is a full function four burner grill with side burner and infrared rear mounted rotisserie burner.
This is a dual head gas grill. Meaning, this grill is actually two grills welded together. In this configuration you get a two burner infrared grill that heats up in one minute and grills a steak in four. On the other side you get a large three burner 45,000 BTU standard grill with full rotisserie system. Throw in a side burner (standard) and you have a real, full function gas grill. And this one isn't a gimmick. Solid construction, excellent cooking abilities and great features.
This gas grill was designed to be an affordable (nearly $2,400USD) completely 304 stainless steel grill with all the features. It isn't fancy and it might seem like its that affordable, but this grill is what you get when no short cuts are taken. Designed and built by the same people who make Firemagic gas grills, this is a great grill for the person serious about cooking and who wants to have it all in a package that will last for many years.
The Vidalia grill is unique amongst gas grills in that it is designed as a convection oven that allows you to not only grill directly of a high, intense heat (searing) but also to indirectly cook so that this unit can smoke, broil, bake, roast, and much more. This unit has two 40,000 BTU stainless steel (304) burner. Air is drawn in under this burner when it then circulates through the direct grilling portion, across the indirect area, then down and out through the other side of the grill.
This, most basic version of the Alfresco line of gas grills can be purchased without features for under $4,000. Add in the rotisserie burner and kit, infrared sear burners and a wide choice of side burners and the price goes up quickly. Of course for a grill of this quality it is certainly hard to beat. The cooking system on this grill gives you two dual controlled 27,500 BTU burners under a ceramic barrier that provides high, even heating on a professional level, after all this is a professional grill. The welded 304 stainless steel construction makes this a grill that will last for many years, if not decades.
From the inventor of Infrared cooking, the TEC Sterling II FR is a two burner grill built for speed. This grill uses a unique cooking system that produces 100% infrared heat at incredible temperatures while still giving you the versatility do to a wide range of grilling. Of course if you are interested in the best, seared steaks then this is the perfect grill for you. TEC builds infrared cookers for the best restaurants in the world and this grill is built with the same technology and quality as those. While pricey and small this is a serious grilling machine that certainly deserves taking a look at.
This is simply a beautiful grill. It's a full functional grill that is large enough to grill most anything and yet with the cart option it can be easily moved. This stainless steel model is stainless steel top to bottom, including the rotisserie components. You can get this one with a whole host of accessories and upgrades, including a refrigerator.