The Bottom Line
- Raises to full grill height on cart
- Can be removed from cart for table top use
- Can be adapted to standard 20 pound propane tanks
- Versatile cooking surface with optional accessories
- Two burner design for grilling versatility
- Thin metals can be easily damaged
- Awkward leg construction makes setup difficult
- Two 10,000 BTU round burners
- 285 square inches of total cooking area
- 20,000 BTU maximum output
- Push button, piezoelectric igniter
- Weighs 24 pounds or 41 pounds with stand attached
- Aluminum interchangeable cooking grates
- Fold out legs bring it to a total height of 36 inches
- Two fold out work surfaces
- Lid is removable to accommodate large pots or make an open grilling surface
- Made in China by The Coleman Corporation
Guide Review - Coleman RoadTrip Grill LX Model# 9941-768
To really understand the versatility you get our of this grill imagine this. You can put the grill section on one side to cook burgers, while having a pot of beans cooking on the other side. Take of the pot and put in a griddle section and you can saute vegetables. Basically Coleman has worked out a way to give you a two burner gas grill that weighs in under 25 pounds (around 41 pounds with the fold-out removable legs) that is both grill, side burner, and griddle. It's a grill you can take camping that will let you cook every meal of the day. The lid is even removable to make it easier to use with large pots and pans.
The drawbacks with this portable grill are really a matter of construction. Metals used for the body are thin and this Coleman won't take a lot of punishment. Also, the fold out leg construction is a little awkward. It will be easier to set up if you remove the grill, put together the stand and then replace the grill. It will also help if you have another person to help you.
There are four models of the Coleman RoadTrip that are similar in construction but vary in size and feature.