Weber Spirit ii E-310 Review – 3-Burner Liquid Propane/Gas Grill

Last Updated on August 10, 2022

Jim Bob

Jim Bob

A long-time contributor to GrillBabyGrill. Jim has had a lifelong relationship with the art of grilling, passed on from his father and grandfather to him.

When it comes to cooking for a crowd, you need a grill that can provide all the heat that you need as well as all the space that you need too. The problem with most gas grills is that they have only one or two burners, which will limit how much you can cook as well as how many dishes you can make at the same time. Weber makes the Spirit E310 II, which is a gas grill built for large families and groups.

The best feature of this grill is easily the three burners. Each of the three knobs on the front controls one of the burners. You can now make dishes that require a hot temperature at the same time that you slow cook other dishes at a low temperature. It takes only seconds to get the temp that you want too.

You will like the Glamorizer bars on the inside that use a coated porcelain to let foods slip off easily and stop grease from sticking to the metal. In our Weber Spirit E310 II Gas Grill review, we’ll take a detailed look at the pros of this grill and why it’s worth the investment and then look at some of the cons before giving you our bottom line.

Weber 45010001 Spirit II E-310 3-Burner

Weber Spirit ii E-310 Review & Breakdown

Weber designed this grill to come with its innovative GS4 grilling system, which includes multiple burners and an infinity ignition system. It takes just one press of the button to ignite the grill and send gas along the line to the grill. With the interior bars, you can add more flavor to your dishes without those foods sticking to the grates.

The grease management system is another feature that makes the Spirit E310 II worth the investment. This system keeps the grease from sticking to the bars or your food and forces the grease into a separate container that you can easily empty and clean after cooking. It also has an open cart that keeps all your tools nearby and a side table that folds down for prep work.

If you need a three-burner gas grill that offers loads of storage and space for prepping, the Spirit E310 II can meet all your needs.


GS4 system designed by Weber, which includes Flavorizer bars, three burners, an infinity ignition and a grease management system.
Cast iron cooking grates coated in a special porcelain material.
Produces 30,000 BTUs per hour.
Heat deflector made from stainless steel.
Features 424 square inches of cooking space.
Includes a warming rack with 105 square inches of space.
Gives you a total of 529 square inches of cooking space.
Six built-in tool and utensil hooks.
Measures 57 inches by 53 inches by 26 inches with the lid open.
Measures 44.5 inches by 52 inches by 27 inches with the lid closed.
Made from stainless steel.
Works with most propane canisters available from stores.
Weighs just over 100 pounds.
Open cart design with a hidden storage area.
Includes a manual filled with detailed instructions for assembly and user care information.
Covered by a 10-year warranty that applies to all parts.
Three stainless steel burners that connect to control knobs.
Cast iron grates are reversible to let you change the size of the grill marks.
Fuel gauge is compatible with propane tanks to help you keep an eye on the fuel situation.
Works with the grill covers and other products from Weber.
Infinity ignition system for faster igniting.
Built-in thermometer on the lid
Storage and prep table folds down from the left side of the grill.
Panel frame.
Prep table measures 42 inches across.


Three-burner design lets you cook two or more dishes at the same time.
You can adjust the temperature of each burner without affecting the others.
Works with the propane tanks that you buy separately.
Collects and stores grease and other liquids in the grease management system.
Easy to clean.
Includes a side table for prepping that you can fold against the grill to save space.
Gives you hooks for your grilling utensils.
You can open the cart to reveal hidden storage inside.
Two large wheels making moving the grill on your own easier.
Flavorizer bars use the liquids from your meat to create smoke that flavors your dishes.
Built-in fuel gauge shows how much gas is left in the tank.
Available in multiple colors to add a fun look to your patio
Infinity ignition automatically ignites and turns on the grill.
Burner tubes provide a consistent flow of heat for fast and even cooking.
Lets you toast bread and buns on a rack that also keeps food warm.
Compatible with the iGrill 3 device from Weber.
Can make dishes to feed a large crowd in less time.


Requires more than 50 steps to assemble the grill.
Doesn’t offer a char-broil option.
May arrive with rust and/or damaged parts.
Jim Bob

Jim Bob

Final Thoughts

Safety First.

Taking time to understand the hazards that your specific grill type presents can make you a safer chef this summer. Not only will you be able to eliminate potential hazards where possible, but you’ll be ready to tackle anything that crops up by having the proper safety equipment on hand. With a few simple precautions and smart decisions, grilling can provide summer fun for the entire family.