Do you want a high-power, full-service grill that you can take camping, tailgating or to the beach? The Coleman RoadTrip Xcursion offers everything you need. In fact it may become your favorite backyard BBQ too!
RoadTrip grills are known for their easy-to-use portable design. However, they also give you a great cooking experience with high-heat, even temperature burners.
Not to mention, you can start your grill with a simple push of a button, and clean up is a breeze. Talk about outdoor cooking made easy!
RoadTrip Xcursion VS LXE:
Essentially, the new Xcursion is a updated model of the older Coleman LXE. They both feature the same fold-up wheeled legs, dimensions, cooking surface area. Plus, both have 20,000 BTU’s.
However, the Xcursion features a single elongated burner (see photo below) rather than 2 separate burners. You can still control both sides separately, but the new design distributes the heat more evenly.
I also noticed that the newer version only has 1 side table instead of 2. Now you may need to hold your beer and drink it. (Or if you want 2 side tables, check out the RoadTrip 285.)
Xcursion has Consistent, High-Heat Grilling Power:
Don’t be deceived by the look of this compact, portable grill on wheels. The RoadTrip Xcursion has 20,000 BTU’s of power, plus it evenly distributes the heat over 2 independently adjustable burners
In other words, you don’t have to worry about your BBQ not getting hot enough. Nor do you need to constantly move food around so it cooks evenly.
Easier Grilling and More Cooking Options…
Coleman does the work for you, giving you a cooking experience like you’d have in your kitchen at home. Plus, you can get different grill grates and griddles to expand your menu options.
For example, the full-size griddle plate lets you cook pancakes, fajitas, eggs and more. Not to mention, the griddle features a non-stick surface for easier cooking and hassle-free cleaning.
In addition, you can get a round steel stove grate. Now, you can boil water for coffee, tea, oatmeal, a pot of soup, etc..
Note: The grill itself already comes with 2 porcelain-coated cast iron grill plates. Therefore, you can use 2 together or one alongside the round steel grate. In other words, you can cook up some sausages while heating up soup at the same time.
Lastly, Coleman offers replacement Swaptop cast iron grill grate in half sections.
BBQ Clean-up Made Easy:
Of course, we can’t forget the mess after we cook. I know I don’t want a time-consuming clean-up job on my hands while I’m camping or tailgating.
Thankfully, the RoadTrip Xcursion comes with a handy water pan called the “DripTrap”. It catches all the grease, and you can easily remove it for cleaning after you grill.
Then, collapsing the grill and wheeling it to your car requires no work either. The wheels are even designed for off-road terrain. go figure!
Note: By the way, you can get a Coleman RoadTrip rolling grill cover here. This durable case keeps your Xcursion clean and protected, plus it can carry grill plates, cooking utensils and a 1-lb propane tank as well.
Specs for the Coleman RoadTrip Xcursion:
- Dimensions (folded): 32″ Long x 19″ Wide x 12″ Tall
- Weight: 50 lbs
- Color: Blue/Black
- 2 Temperature Zones
- Grilling Area: 285 Square Inches
- Heat Power: 20,000 BTU’s
- Instastart Push-Button Ignition (matchless lighting)
- Fuel Type: Propane
- Propane Tank Not Included
- Includes Porcelain-Coated Cast Iron Grates
- User Manual
- Model #: 2000017461
- Where to Get the Xcursion gas grill
Note: Do you want to connect your grill to your RV’s propane tank? Simply get the 4-foot gas hose adapter for an easy RV conversion.