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Napoleon’s Upgraded Mid-Size Grills Bring More Heat, Versatility

Thursday, May 3, 2018

More burners, more Btus, more cooking area, more backyard barbecues. Gourmet grill-maker Napoleon’s new line of Rogue 525 gas grills offers the power and features of larger, premium-priced grills in a more affordable, manuverable package. 

The Rogue 525 collection is comprised of three models, including the top-of-the-line Rogue 525 with Infrared Side Burner with a premium Sizzle Zone burner that heats to a searing 1,800°F in 30 seconds. Featuring four main burners and the infrared sideburner, it offers 745 sq. in. of cooking area and 57,000 total Btus.

“Many couples and smaller families are looking for a grill big enough for entertaining a large group and with advanced features found in more expensive grills, yet that are affordable and suited for every day use,” said Stephen Schroeter, senior vice-president of Sales, Marketing and Administration for Napoleon. “Our new Rogue 525 perfectly pairs luxury with practicality.” 

The Rogue 525 line offers the high-quality stainless-steel construction for which Napoleon is known, exclusive JETFIRE Ignition System to ensure each burner lights the first time, every time, easy-to-clean WAVE cooking grids, and dual-level, stainless-steel sear plates that deliver even heat distribution across the entire grill surface.

Additional features include a built-in ACCU-PROBE Temperature Gauge that safely and instantly reads the internal grill temperature, and folding side shelves with integrated towel and utensil holders for added convenience. 

Napoleon’s Rogue 525 line of grills is available in natural gas or propane, which are available at specialty retailers nationwide.

www.napoleongrills.com

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