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Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill

Product Overview

The infrared heating system featured in the Char-Broil Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Propane Gas Grill helps to sear in flavor and keep food moist and juicy. You can drop wood chips through the grill's cast-iron grates for added flavor. Fold-up side shelves on the grill offer extra food preparation space. The grill's Surefire electronic ignition guarantees a quick and easy startup every time.
  • 430 sq. in. main cooking grates offer plenty of grilling space
  • 2 stainless steel tube burners
  • 24,000 BTU cooking system delivers powerful heat and performance
  • Infrared heat cooking system provides a wide temperature range, from intense searing to slow rotisserie cooking, for added flavor
  • Cast-iron cooking grates are porcelain coated for strength
  • Fold-up shelves make the grill more compact when not in use
  • Mounted on wheels for portability
  • Surefire electronic ignition ensures the grill fires up every time
  • Catch pan, heat thermometer and warming rack included for convenience
  • Dimensions : 46.4 in. W x 24 in. D x 46.1 in. H
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)
  • Don't forget the propane -- available at our in-store propane exchange centers

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Assembled Depth (in.)
23.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
45.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
46 in


Stainless Steel and Black
Color Family
Fits No. of Burgers
Grill Color Family
Stainless Steel
Grill Grate/Surface Material
Porcelain-Coated Steel
Grill Material
Painted Steel
Grill/Smoker Category
Freestanding/Cart Style
Grill/Smoker Features
Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Warming Rack
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type
Propane Tank
Ignition Type
Number of Burners
Number of Side Burners
Outdoor Living Product Type
Propane Grill
Product Weight (lb.)
Total Cooking Space (sq. in)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed

Questions & Answers


I bought a tru Infared BBQ with a pan between the burner and grate do you make those ?

Asked by cab May 22, 2018

specialorder from the manfactureswebsite

Where can I get replacement parts for the Char broil Red grill? I need to replace the trough.

Asked by Mikie May 18, 2018

You have to go through the manufacture of the grill and that is, I believe Charbroil. The name should be on the grill somewhere.

My pan needs replaced please advise where to purchase and how much it will cost

Asked by tray April 25, 2018

What is the brand name of you gas grill? What ever the brand name is, that is where you must contact for parts.

Can I attach directly to gas line and not use a propane tank?

Asked by KathyKreg April 23, 2018

No, this item uses only propane fuel.

Replacement grill grates

Asked by Melliott80 April 9, 2018

What ever the grill you purchased I'm sure it has a name on it therefore, you must send a request to the manufacture of the grill to purchase any replacement parts.

What is the Charbroil model number?

Asked by Pam February 24, 2018


Can this be converted to natural gas?

Asked by Monk February 11, 2018

Yes, this grill can be converted to natural gas.

What is an electroburner eliminate for a bbq?

Asked by Mucky January 28, 2018

No need for matches or lighter

Propane will not come out when the knobs are turned on? I have full propane tank.

Asked by PK January 12, 2018

There are several reasons you aren’t getting propane to the burners. I’m not sure if you’ve used this grill or if it is brand new. The fastest way to determine the problem is to find out where the gas stops. Use proper safety measures and troubleshoot outside, away from sparks or flames. You can detach the hoses, valve assembly, burners etc one at a time. Turn gas on briefly to see if gas is getting through. If it is, reconnect and disconnect the next part to see if gas is getting through, and do on. Once the blockage is identified the solution should be easy. If it is new, it may have plastic or other packaging in the line. If it is older, check the valve assembly where it connects to the burners. The gas has to go through a small orifice before it goes into the burners. I once had a small black beetle the size of a pin head that stopped up one of the burners. Check for obstructions. Good luck!

is there access to replacement parts? the tray under the grilling racks has disintegrated

Asked by grillparts November 27, 2016


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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 761 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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After first year had to replace the ignitor. After second year I need a new trough as it has rust...
After first year had to replace the ignitor. After second year I need a new trough as it has rusted through in many places. Trough came missing all attachment screw/bolts. Constant fixing to keep grill working as designed. Very disappointing product, my last Char Broil purchase EVER.
by Charbroilingdisappointed
Response from CharbroilApr 28, 2017
We're sorry to hear of the issues encountered. We value you as a Char-Broil customer and want you to enjoy using your grill. Was a case created with us? Whenever an issue is encountered please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 and we will be able to best assist. Charbroil
1 person found this helpful
I'm really enjoying this grill and it's the perfect size for my needs. I've only a cooked steaks on it so far, but the grill works as advertised... Steaks are perfectly cooked and very juicy. Better than the local steakhouse! I'm very pleased with this product and the great price offered at Home Depot.
by DigitalDan
1 person found this helpful
Perfect grilled meats
Grilling for over 40 years, sometimes 3-4 times a week, I've used many different grills - this one cooks the very best! No flair ups! Nothing but perfectly cooked meat every time - it takes a few times to get use to cooking by measuring the thickness of the meat, setting the timer, and not watching, however after 1-1/2 year of using this grill, it is the very best way to grill with perfect juicy meat every time. Our bottom pan burned out just before we had to put for a new one (CharBroil sent us one free), but since then we put the wood chips in a separate pan to see if the catch pan lasts longer. Even if we buy a new pan once a year, it is worth the perfect cooking method. Buy this grill or buy one with TRU infred for the juiciest best grilled meat you ever had.
by BahamaGriller
2 people found this helpful
Check Quality on Free Assembly
Unfortunately, I have not had the pleasure of using my new grill yet so I cannot comment on the quality of the product at this time. The subject of this review is the free assembly, or at least partial assembly. Only after I drove it home and unloaded it did I realize the 2 vanity panels on either side of the burner control panel were only being held on by 1 screw (total of 6 screws missing). After further inspection, I found scratches on the interior of the grill area due to the warming rack being improperly installed as well as the ignition module just dangling underneath. I am overall very disappointed with this free service not only because it is now going to require much more of my time to resolve, but because it is evident there is no supervision or quality check during or after assembly. So for those wishing to take advantage of this free service for any item, I would recommend a full inspection prior to taking the product home.
by af38710
6 people found this helpful
stainless steel infrared emitter will rust
This is the 3rd year owning this grill. It cooks great, BUT plan on spending about $60 a year on replacing the stainless steel infrared emitter. This is with seasoning the stainless steel infrared emitter before use. Expect is to rust even faster if you don't season it and clean it after every use. The emitter will rust completely through and fall apart,
by Mageon
Response from CharbroilApr 16, 2015
We're sorry to hear that you have experienced an issue with a Char-Broil grill. Please take a look at the model number for your grill. This Gourmet TRU-Infrared 2-Burner Grill does not have stainless steel emitters. It uses a porcelain emitter trough. Some of our grills have upgraded to the cast iron infrared grates and this should help to prevent rust and improve performance. Please contact Char-Broil and provide us with the model number for your grill. We will be able to best assist. Charbroil
22 people found this helpful
Temp control is awesome
LOVE infrared grilling! Assembly was easy, grill looks great. I'm kind of a foodie, and this grill is a perfect fit for going beyond hot dogs and burgers--although burgers were great. Juicy while still cooking through, even with 90% lean beef. Grill is easy to use, easy to clean, easy to control temperature. I think I see a rotisserie attachment in the future!
by NoCoGram
2 people found this helpful
great grill
Th grill was very light weight, was already assembled by Home Depot. It is a really attractive grill,easy to clean, heats up fast, and maintains its heat throughout the grilling process. My ChRbroil infrared grill was the best choice we ever made!
by millie
1 person found this helpful
Great grill, better than expected
There were none left when we went to purchase so we bought the floor model which was fine as we didn't have to assemble it. This grill has a curved metal shield which converts the flame to radiant heat which cooks without direct flame. What we have cooked so far (steaks, burgers, veggie kabobs) have never been juicer, and no flame burns! a huge plus. I looked into it, and if you want there are grates right there in the grill parts aisle that you can put in place of the heat shield and use it like a conventional grill but after using the grill I no longer see any need to do that unless you are a die-hard flame fan. One of the main reasons for buying this grill is its smaller size, which fit our patio. Highly recommend
by Cjqix
58 people found this helpful
Love the Grill Marks!
My wife loves the grill marks and the more juicy seared meats so much that she volunteers to clean the grill grates every time I use it.! She's not too successful with the trough, and I haven't tried the "burn it clean" setting yet. It cooks much faster and I haven't had any problem adapting to the shorter cooking time. Just tried "beer can chicken" on it and it cooked perfectly (I put the chicken on a pan to catch the grease to minimize flare ups--next time I'll try it with out the pan). Smoked it too with soaked wood chips in an aluminum foil packet. Smoked some corn and peaches too--very nice. It's a little difficult to assemble on a couple of the steps due to limited accessibility to some bolts and nuts and trying to insert the heat shield tabs into their respective slots. So far, we're enjoying infrared cooking!
by digger
2 people found this helpful
Great quality. Well engineered. Uses MORE gas not less....
We purchased the 2-burner Charbroil Gourmet TRU from HD. On sale for $249.00. Assembly took about 1.5 hours to do it right and make sure all the parts aligned perfectly etc. The grill looks VERY appealing. The quality of parts were impressive for a Charbroil brand. These premium models are built just as good as Webers. Stainless burners, etc. The cover opens and closes smoothly, and has rubber pads on the bottom, so when closing the cover, it's almost silent. The unit weighs about 85lbs without tank. This shows the quality of the grill. Our last 2 burner cheap grill was about 35lbs. The battery powered ignition (One AA cell) instantly fires the burners, and all you hear is a slight snap snap snap behind the front of the grill.... Cooking: One thing to remember is that it takes longer to heat up this grill than a standard burner grill. Since it cooks through heat radiation from the infrared trough, you have to allow the trough to warm up to ideal radiating temperatures. I've found that this warm up time takes a good 10-15 minutes on high, in which it uses much more gas before you even start to cook. Standard grills just warm up the box and takes just a few minutes. Cooking time: Cooking time is about the same as a standard grill. Rib eye steaks took appx. 7 min on each side to cook to medium. A few of the marketed advantages of this TRU grill are *even cooking*, and *no flare ups*. In regards to evenly cooking, it does in fact cook evenly, BUT I never had an issue with uneven cooking on standard grills myself. I do recommend this grill, but it's not a miracle grill by any means. It's easier to clean, but then you may lose some taste from long term seasoning from the cooking remains at the bottom of the trough. Sometimes having small charring flares adds that little smoke taste to your meats. Leave the trough with a good layer of crust/grease in it, and that will put some smoke flavoring into the outside of the meats during future cooking. Hope this helps!
by mtrsprt91
2 people found this helpful
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