Last Updated on 06/24/2021 by Inside Tailgating
Our readers voted the Coleman RoadTrip LXE as the best portable grill from Inside Tailgating’s Select 6 list in June. Every month we pick a “Select 6” whether it’s our favorite portable grills, RVs, and coolers, barbecue sauces, burger recipes or seasonal beers. Our expert tailgater, Ryan Alessio, recommended six portable grills and the Coleman RoadTrip LXE emerged as the cream of the crop. With the July 4th holiday coming up, we offer you a host of reasons why this little bad boy is a great choice for your upcoming tailgate, lakeside party or camping trip.
The Coleman RoadTrip LXE folds up and rolls on two wheels like a roller board suitcase, complete with pull handle, and it packs easily into a trunk or the back of an SUV or truck. Not only is it easy to get from one place to another, it folds into a waist-high cooking surface. (No more bending down to cook on a shin-high portable grill or table required for a table-top grilling!) The Coleman Roadtrip LXE stands alone. It features two 10,000 BTU burners, InstaStart matchless lighting, and a 16.4 ounce propane tank that’ll cook for more than an hour. It comes with three built-in tool holders, two sliding trays on either side for additional prep surface, cast-iron, porcelain coated grill grates and a removable grease tray. For more information, check it out on Amazon.
The Coleman Roadtrip LXE beat out these other “Select 6” choices:
the Napoleon TravelQ, the Weber Jumbo Joe Portable Grill, the Cuisinart CGG-200,
Smoke Hollow’s Stainless Steel Tabletop Grill, and the Lodge L410 Pre-Seasoned Sportsman’s Charcoal Grill.
Stay tuned for Inside Tailgating’s upcoming Select 6 on the best tailgating games.
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