Coyote S Series Grill Review

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Updated September 7, 2022
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When winter finishes and you begin your hunt for the best grills you may want to give the Coyote S Series Grill a look. If you’re looking for the best built-in grills, then you should definitely consider the Coyote Grill. It comes in natural gas or propane, whichever you prefer, and is more than capable of cooking in windy weather.

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Why We Like It – Coyote S Series Grill

The Coyote S Series Grill is a premium-level grill with premium-level features. Its power is more than sufficient to keep you grilling for hours, and its high-grade construction makes it durable against all kinds of inclement weather. And despite its solid construction, they still managed to keep it relatively lightweight.

  • Rear Infrared Burner
  • Comes in Natural Gas or Propane
  • Built Very Solid
  • Small Cooking Space
  • Warranty is Just Okay


The high-performance Coyote Grill is powered by three cast stainless steel Infinity burners and one RapidSear infrared burner which provides up to 75,000 BTUs of cooking power. If you prefer a five-burner model, consider the Blaze Grill. Coyote grills also come with a 15,000 BTU rear infrared burner to slow-roast meat to near succulent perfection. For a total infrared grill, you’ll want to check out our review of the Char-Broil X200.


The Grill Coyote offers a total cooking space of 640 square inches. Although this isn’t small by any stretch of the imagination, it is small by built-in standards. If you want almost double the coverage, consider the Napoleon Burners Prestige PRO 665 Natural Gas Grill. On the plus side, the S Series, like the C Series Grill, can come in both natural gas or propane options. Our write-ups of the Magma grill and the DCS grill also offer similar options.


The Coyote S Series has a 304-grade stainless steel construction. And this construction is throughout the grill, from the wind guard to the smoker box to the flame tamers, the Coyote Grill is built to last in your outdoor kitchen no matter what you throw at it. And despite all this fabulous construction they managed to keep it relatively lightweight at 120 pounds. For a similarly constructed barbecue, you can also check out the Bull Grill.

Although, if you need a portable gas grill, you’ll want to read our Coleman Fold N Go propane grill review, Cuisinart gas grill review, and our Coleman 225 gas grill review.

Ease of Use

The ceramic briquettes heat control grids distribute heat evenly to minimize flare-ups and to make sure the meat cooks evenly. The Coyote Grill Cart also comes with flamethrower ignition which is much easier to get going and much easier on the wallet if you need a replacement. The wind guard also aids greatly in cooking in breezy weather.


Backlit LED bezels illuminate the front knobs of the Coyote Grill and two interior halogen lights illuminate the left and right sides of the grill. If your party goes into the night this will be a must-have feature to keep the cooking going. The warranty is there, and it’s fine, but for such a premium grill we would have expected something along the lines of Napoleon’s lifetime warranty.

Coyote S Series Grill Wrap Up

While the cooking surface may be a bit small compared to other built-in grills, it’s still more than enough to feed your family and a few friends from the neighborhood. Ignition is reliable, the burners are powerful, and the construction is solid. All things we would expect from a grill of this level.

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