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36-Inch Premium Gas Grill

On the smaller end of medium-sized grill, good 36-inch models deliver good power and features in a package big enough for most families and events.

Lynx L36 Series 36-Inch Gas Grill
Lynx L36 Series 36-Inch Gas Grill
  • Output of 75,000 BTUs of power
  • Cast brass burners retain heat extremely well
  • Comes with choice of gas or propane, a smoker box and a rotisserie burner
  • The ceramic briquettes can get dirty quickly and if covered in fat can catch fire

The Lynx 36-inch grill is right in the middle of the Lynx product line, and is an excellent choice for the cook who would like power, features and a good-sized grilling area, but doesn't need the highest-end on biggest grills. As with all the Lynx grills, the L36 series models are good looking (almost completely constructed from stainless steel) and extremely durable. However, it is the smallest Lynx that puts out 75,000 BTUs of power, making it substantially more muscular than its smaller Lynx brethren. While Lynx are expensive and can cost much more than Weber models of similar size, they are better grills and consistently deliver top-quality grilled food. Lynx 36-inch grills can be purchased in either a built-in or freestanding model.

As with all Lynx grills, the L36 series models are set apart from other brands by their cast brass burners. Virtually all other grills use hollow steel burners, which retain heat poorly and can cool quite quickly, especially on a windy days, resulting in uneven cooking. Lynx’s solid brass burners retain heat far better, and at the very high heat necessary for good grilling they radiate extremely even and consistent heat. These burners are complemented by ceramic briquettes, which are better than the corrugated steel briquettes found in other grills, and a patented grill hood design, both of which help make the Lynx 36-inch grills cook perfectly even when a strong wind is blowing. Combined with a choice of gas or propane, a multi-speed dual-position rotisserie burner for chicken and roasts, a removable smoker box, and an optional Pro-Sear burner that puts a steakhouse char on porterhouses and t-bones, the Lynx 36-inch grill’s 935 square inches of primary and secondary grill space make it a dream for serious backyard chefs.


Highlighted Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Hot coil ignition system with battery back-up
  • Halogen grill surface light
  • Control illumination with blue LEDs
  • Temperature gauge
  • Fluid rotation handle
  • Stainless steel grilling grates
  • Two cast brass burners & one prosear burner
  • Dual halogen grill surface lights
  • Dual position internal rotisserie



  • 24" Outdoor Refrigerator
  • Sliding Tank Tray / Fits 30", 42" & 54" free standing grills carts only
  • 36" Vinyl Cover (freestanding)
  • 36" Vinyl Cover (freestanding w/ sideburner)
  • ProSear Infrared Side Burner for Cart Mounted application (includes
    cart mounting kit for 27" and 36" free standing grill models)
  • Double Side-Burners for cart mounted application (includes
    cart mounting kit and bracket for 27" and "36 free standing grill models)



Models and Variations:

The 36-inch Lynx L36 grill comes in three models; the 36" Free Standing Grill with ProSear Burner and Rotisserie (L36PSFR-1), the 36" Built-in Grill with ProSear Burner and Rotisserie (L36PSR-1), and the 36" Built-in Grill with Rotisserie (L36R-1).


Other Lynx Grills:

If a 36-inch grill is too big or you don't need the features it comes with, take a look at the Bobby's best reviews of the Lynx 27-inch and 30-inch models. If you often grill for large groups and the L36 series isn't big enough for you, you can also see the Lynx 42-inch and 54-inch grills. If you would like an overview of Lynx grills, please visit the Bobby's Best main Lynx grill page.

Devil's Advocate:

The ceramic briquettes in the Lynx 36-inch grill can get dirty quickly, and if they get covered in fat can catch fire. You will need to clean them after every couple uses.

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