Weber Q3200 vs. E210

Are you looking for a two-burner gas grill to complement your backyard cooking equipment? Weber Q3200 and Weber E210 are both two-burner gas grills that are fueled by liquid propane tanks. These grills make excellent choices for a backyard party, since you can hardly use natural gas-based grills for this purpose. However, despite having a slightly wider cooking area, Weber Q3200 is priced lower than Weber E210. Does it mean that Weber Q3200 makes the best bang for the bucks? Or, is Weber E210 actually worth the money? Let us see the comparisons below!


Design and Features
Both Weber Q3200 and Weber E210 are constructed with porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates for maximum durability and easy cleaning. Both models work with 20-lb LP tanks. Weber Q3200 comes with a built-in lid thermometer whereas Weber E210 features a center-mounted thermometer.

As mentioned before, Weber Q3200 comes with a slightly wider cooking area than Weber E210. Weber Q3200 offers a 468-square inch cooking area, suitable for up to 19 hamburger patties, whereas Weber E210 only has a 450-square inch of cooking area, which can accommodate up to 18 hamburger patties. Well, of course, the difference is not that much, but still makes a good plus point for Weber Q3200, especially since its price is also more affordable.

However, Weber E210 indeed comes with some additions. The most noticeable addition is the two stainless steel fold-down tables. These tables are certainly very practical, especially for outdoor cooking where you may not have enough space on your table to put all your cooking materials and equipment. Furthermore, Weber E210 provides six handy tool hooks and a fuel gauge that informs you about the remaining amount of fuel in the tank. Last but not least, Weber E210 has been equipped with the Flavorizer bars that catch drippings, smoking and sizzling them to add flavor to your food, while the drippings that are not vaporized are funneled away into the grease management system to prevent clogging. (Find out: Weber Spirit E210 vs. Weber Spirit E310)

Cooking Performance
In addition, Weber E210 also offers a slightly better cooking performance than Weber Q3200. With two stainless burners that put out 25,600 BTU-per-hour power, Weber E210 is able to deliver higher heat levels than Weber Q3200, which only produces 21,700 BTU-per-hour. As the effect, you can cook faster with Weber E210.

- Two stainless steel burners produces 21,700 BTU-per-hour to heat 393 square-inch total cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body
- Grill-Out handle light
- Easy-start electronic ignition and infinite control burner valve settings
- Operates on a 20 lb. LP tank (sold separately)
- Two stainless steel burners put out 26,500 BTU-per-hour
- Porcelain-enameled, cast-iron cooking grates and porcelain-enameled Flavorizer bars, - Electronic Crossover ignition system starts with the push of a button
- Assembled dimensions with the lid open 63 x 60 x 32 Inches
Primary cooking area: 360 Square inches, Warming rack area: 90 Square inches and Total cooking area: 450 Square inches
- Includes: Fuel gauge (LP models only) 6 Tool hooks, Owner's guide, grilling guide and Limited warranty

Weber Q3200 vs. E210
As you can see, Weber E210 comes with more features than Weber Q3200. These features are all beneficial and handy. The integrated tables, Flavorizer bars, and higher cooking power are especially great reasons to choose the model. Therefore, you should go with Weber E210 for the best bang out of the bucks!

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