Coleman Road Trip LX Review
Though it has a bit of an awkward setup, the Coleman Road Trip LX performs reliably.
The Coleman RoadTrip Grill LX has just two controls: one dial for each of the burners, and an ignition button alongside these. These are easy to use, and the lighter was reliable.
The LX burns propane gas, which is stored in a small 16 oz propane cylinder that connects to the included regulator and clips onto the back of the stand. A standard 20lb propane tank can be used with an optional $25 adapter.
The lighter is an electrical model that is triggered by the red button next to the control dials. We found this to be pretty reliable, usually lighting the gas with the first push.
The cooking area is an oval shape that is divided into two halves: a grill and griddle. These are created with two separate grates that can be removed and swapped over separately. An optional stove grate is also available that turns one of the burners into a stove grate, similar to the burner on your gas stove.
There is no warming area on this grill.
There are two additional preparation areas on the side of the grill in the form of two clip-on plastic wings. These are rather small, but offer enough space for a couple of plates to hold the food before or after cooking.
Both of the grates are easy to lift off and remove for cleaning. They are made of aluminum, so they should not be cleaned in a dishwasher.
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