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Last Edited by mlacey3 June 7, 2016 at 08:17 AM
I have been in the market for a portable grill for the upcoming camping/tailgating season and found this at a local sporting goods store. While they had the lowest price among the competition, they were unfortunately out stock so I requested Amazon to price match. Looks like they now have which is great because it's Prime-eligible (and for me at least there was no tax).

Note this is only for the red colored grill - 4.4/5.0 stars (2,600+ reviews).

Coleman Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXE [amazon.com]
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I have this exact model which I got sometime year before last when Amazon had a big camping sale where the more you bought the better the discount was. This is a fantastic grill for camping. We take it with us whenever we go camping and you can cook a lot of food on it. It's also pretty efficient propane wise and a 1lb cylinder lasts quite a while. I have the griddle plates (the two individual) and the stove grate also. We make breakfast on this in the mornings when we camp for my family (usually about 12 of us) and burgers and hot dogs later for lunch. I also use it to reheat food (like BBQ pork) by putting it in a steam pan with foil over it on low heat. I also used it for my daughters 16th birthday party which was held outdoors at a pavilion with no grill and we cooked burgers and hot dogs for about 40 people on it. Everyone that we cook for on it the first time is curious about it but is skeptical until they get their plate and then they always ask where can they get one reasonably. I have the propane hose to connect a 20lb cylinder but have never needed it. We also got the rolling storage case and we clean the grill, bag it up, and store it in our camper when it's in storage. Also, there have been a few times we didn't have enough propane in the grill at the house to grill out so I just set this up quickly using a 1lb cylinder and cooked. We have been able to get results just as good with this as our home grill plus it's way more versatile with the griddle plates. I tend to pick up stuff a lot because I got a great deal on it but, even my wife reminds me all the time about what a great purchase this was and how much it's made our cooking while camping so much more enjoyable.
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Quote from Drelkor View Post :
I have this exact model which I got sometime year before last when Amazon had a big camping sale where the more you bought the better the discount was. This is a fantastic grill for camping. We take it with us whenever we go camping and you can cook a lot of food on it. It's also pretty efficient propane wise and a 1lb cylinder lasts quite a while. I have the griddle plates (the two individual) and the stove grate also. We make breakfast on this in the mornings when we camp for my family (usually about 12 of us) and burgers and hot dogs later for lunch. I also use it to reheat food (like BBQ pork) by putting it in a steam pan with foil over it on low heat. I also used it for my daughters 16th birthday party which was held outdoors at a pavilion with no grill and we cooked burgers and hot dogs for about 40 people on it. Everyone that we cook for on it the first time is curious about it but is skeptical until they get their plate and then they always ask where can they get one reasonably. I have the propane hose to connect a 20lb cylinder but have never needed it. We also got the rolling storage case and we clean the grill, bag it up, and store it in our camper when it's in storage. Also, there have been a few times we didn't have enough propane in the grill at the house to grill out so I just set this up quickly using a 1lb cylinder and cooked. We have been able to get results just as good with this as our home grill plus it's way more versatile with the griddle plates. I tend to pick up stuff a lot because I got a great deal on it but, even my wife reminds me all the time about what a great purchase this was and how much it's made our cooking while camping so much more enjoyable.
I agree with you. I have had one for 4 yrs now. I use 1, 5, and 20 pound cylinders. I have the optional burner grate. I can fry in a pan on the right side for breakfast then grill on the left for supper. Does need periodic cleaning for flare ups but it is easy to wipe up under the grates. I like the versatility. I replaced a Weber 200 tabletop and glad I did. This has more power.
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Just ordered one... I hope it fits in the trunk of my camry
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Just ordered one... I hope it fits in the trunk of my camry
I received mine already and can confirm it fits in the back of my TSX, which I believe is slightly narrower than a Camry. Hope it works out for you.
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got this a few weeks ago, great grill! bigger than it looks(a good thing). I use it as a full time grill. Gets really hot, you can sear meat really well on this, and cook on LOW only. Heat it up on high, sear, and turn it down. Few good helpful reviews on Amazon, check them out for some tips. Folds down and is pretty portable.

Went with this over the Weber Q, because the Q had no stand, only one burner (at this price).

I use a full tank, just get a $10 extension hose (doesn't need to the Coleman one).
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