The barbecues that clean themselves

If you take pride in your barbecuing, there are a few important features to look out for when choosing a new barbecue. Mick, our National Barbecue Buyer, explains the benefits of the innovative self-cleaning hood, as well as some of the features that make the Matador Boss and Titan range a great choice for your outdoor area.

Boss barbecue range

The Matador Boss barbecue range is loaded with features and is a sure sign that you’re ready to host a big cookup. The granite benchtop makes meal preparation easy, and the durable satin enamel cooking surface means it will last for many barbecuing seasons. 

Everyone loves a barbecue in the warmer weather, but keeping it clean can be tricky. You won’t have that problem with the Boss range as Mick explains “the self-cleaning hood saves you time and makes cleaning up so much easier”. Utilising pyrolytic technology, it burns any residue off the hood so that you don’t have to spend time cleaning it yourself. Combined with the ability of zoned cooking, you’re sure to have a great barbecue season.
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Titan barbecue range

If you’re looking to make a serious impression in the backyard, then the Matador Titan range is for you. You’ll be proud wherever you have it in your backyard, with the Titan boasting the perfect balance between style and substance.

The self-cleaning hood is a highlight but you’d be surprised how much the hood can even help you with your cooking. Mick explains that “a hooded barbecue can extend your cooking capabilities. As a great all-rounder, you can use the barbecue’s hotplate, grill or have the hood down and create an outdoor oven.”

 

BBQ size matters

When choosing barbecues, it’s important to make sure that you choose the right size for your needs. “A four-burner BBQ will easily provide enough room to create a family meal. However, if you’re planning to entertain extended family and friends, a six-burner BBQ can easily cater for the big crowds.”

The Boss and Titan ranges both feature four-burner, six-burner and built-in models, while the Matador Boss range also includes a three-burner model.

View the full Matador range today

Check out the full range of Matador barbecues and accessories or check out more new and innovative products.

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