Below, we’ve provided answers to all of the frequently-asked questions about RoadTrip Grills, including set-up, cooking, cleaning and storage. If you’ve ever wanted to know how to use a Coleman RoadTrip Grill, you can find answers here.
1. Which is the Best RoadTrip Grill?
In comparison, the RoadTrip 225 has slightly smaller grill plates (225 square inches vs 285), a cheaper price and 2 burners instead of 3. That said, the cost savings is not that significant.
The Coleman Tabletop Propane Grill essentially looks like the 225, but without legs. Thus, it has the “tabletop” label. The tabletop version is more compact for traveling light, however, you’ll need a table, bench or truck bed to set it up on.
On the other hand, the Party Grill is ultra compact, and you can carry it around in a small bag. However, this smaller BBQ is meant to cook meals for 1-2 people.
2. How Do You Assemble a Coleman RoadTrip Grill?
To set up the RoadTrip, lay it flat on the ground, step on the tow handle, grab onto the grill handle and then lift. Then, lock the base of the grill onto the leg extensions and install the drip tray.
3. How Do You Hook Up Propane a RoadTrip Grill?
4. How Do You Light a Coleman RoadTrip Grill?
5. How Do You Use a RoadTrip Grill?
6. How Do You Clean a Coleman RoadTrip Grill?
In addition, you can use a wire brush to loosen debris from the burners and interior of the grill. Overall, cleanup is a fairly easy task.
7. How Do You Collapse a Coleman Roadtrip Grill?
When completely flat, you can then raise the tow handle and roll your barbecue to your car. You can store your RoadTrip standing up or laid flat. In addition, you can buy a protective cover to keep your grill cleaner.