The Bull Angus Cart-Mount Gas Grill has a mobility like none other, so you can grill in your favorite place. This grill has power and features that will complete your grilling experience. With key components manufactured and engineered using high quality materials, this grill is built to last. It features a stainless steel hood and zinc knobs, making it durable and sleek.
Featuring four cast stainless steel burners that offer 75,000 BTUs of heat and an infrared back burner with 15,000 BTUs, this Bull Angus Cart-Mount Gas Grill offers an exceptional grilling experience. The double-walled hood keeps the heat on the inside and with a heavy-duty thermometer, you are able to cook your food to perfection. Expand your grilling skills by utilizing the smoker box and the rotisserie!
Each burner valve has its own piezo igniters - a simple system that is designed to last. The piezo igniters are a very simple, independent ignition system that is designed with the least amount of wiring to directly ignite each burner. Each igniter is behind a stainless steel insulated housing unit so food drippings do not interfere with gas from the burner to protect it from not being able to spark.
Bull Outdoor Products also designs their grill hoods to be a single piece with dual lining. This unique design gives a seamless and polished look and helps retain heat within the grilling area. The dual lining also helps lower the external temperature of the hood; it will still be hot, but not blister hot to the touch.
Note: Some components may experience corrosion when used in or near a saltwater environment.
- Two side shelves
- Smoker box included
- Twin lighting system
- Cast stainless steel burners
- Heavy duty casters
Read the Details
- Type: Cart Mount
- Fuel Type: Propane | Natural Gas
- Overall Width: 33 3/4" | 56 1/2"
- Main Burner Configuration: Conventional
- Number of Main Burners: 4 Burners
- Certification: CE Approved | CSA Design Certified | CSA Certified
- Material: 304 Stainless Steel
- Ignition: Electronic
- Overall Depth: 25"
- Overall Height: 48 5/8"
- Cooking Grid Material: Stainless Steel
- Burner Material: Cast Stainless Steel
- Main Grilling Area: 810 sq. in.
- Cooking Power: 75,000 BTUs
- Rotisserie Burner: Included
- Rotisserie Cooking Power: 15,000 BTUs
- Smoker: Included
- Burger Count: 23 Burgers
- Assembly Required: Required
- Item Weight: 253 lbs.
The Bull Angus grill isa very good value for the dollar, for me it has been a pleasure using and does a great job with every food item I have tried. I would recommend this grill to any one.
Bull Outdoor Angus Grille
Service was very good and thank you Woodland Direct ! Please pass along to Bull grille is well made ,good quality piece ! Problem -grille flares up too much if they were to place a layer of ceramic briquettes above flame tamers and under grille grates they might well served? Would like some feed back ,interested! again thank you very much ! Bob PS who am I scoring assume 5 best 1 poor ?
Overall, I am very pleased with my new grill. My biggest concern is that the grill has significant temperature differences throughout the grilling area, and I had anticipated a much more even distribution of heat. A second concern is that on one of the three cooking grates has developed a warp in one or two of the individual "bars". I know they are guaranteed for life, so if it gets worse, I will ask for a replacement as this should never happen to a grate. Small matter, but I feel like the side shelves could be a bit wider. Grills available for much less money have larger side shelves. I have to be careful in placing bowls, plates, etc., as they could easily be VERY close to the hot grill lid. The upper magnetic fixture for the cabinet doors was completely off, and sitting in the cabinet when I received the grill. Fortunately, bot screws were also inside the cabinet. The individual igniters on each burner are an outstanding feature. I have not yet used the rotiss, but look forward to it. A few of the items listed above may seem trivial, but a $2400 grill is a significant investment in grilling, and it should not have some of the issues I described. Regards Nick Nickel