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RoadTrip LX 20,000 BTU 2-Burner Portable Propane Grill in Blue

  • Use on tabletop or collapsible stand
  • Easy ignition, matchless lighting
  • Removable pan catches grease
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Product Overview

Grill fueled by Propane
285 sq. in. primary cooking space, fits 14 hamburger patties. Actual results may vary.
1 year overall grill warranty
Assembled grill width is 52 inches
Assembled grill height is 35 inches
Assembled grill depth is 20 inches
Tips from the Grill Masters
Stop manhandling those heavy, bulky backyard beasts, and show off as the grillmaster with the Coleman RoadTrip LX Propane Grill. You can use it as a table top grill or set it up on the collapsible stand, so no matter where you go this grill will be ready in a flash. If you thought the setup was versatile, it's nothing compared to your meal options. It comes with a Swaptop compatible grill grate and griddle, each of which can be changed out with another grill grate, griddle or stove grate (additional cooktops sold separately). When you're ready to grill, just hit the Instastart push-button ignition and dial in your heat with the two independently adjustable burners. And get ready for some serious heat, because this baby blasts out 20,000 BTUs of grilling power. When it's time to head home, the removable water pan catches all the grease for easy cleaning before you go. Then simply fold this grill stand up, and it will store nicely out of the way until you head out to your next summer cookout.
  • Swaptop interchangeable cooktops for more meal options (griddle included, full size griddle and stove grates sold separately)
  • Instastart ignition for push-button, matchless lighting
  • PerfectFlow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • Water pan grease catch for easy non-stick cleaning
  • Table top setup lets you use this grill with or without stand
  • Collapsible stand folds for compact storage
  • Side tables to conveniently keep tools and ingredients handy
  • 20,000 total BTUs of cooking power
  • Non-stick aluminum grate and griddle are lightweight and easy to clean
  • Lasts up to 1 hour with both burners on high on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
  • Tool hooks keep your tools ready to go
  • California residents

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Assembled Depth (in.)
20 in
Assembled Height (in.)
35 in
Assembled Width (in.)
52 in


Accessories Included
No Additional Items Included
Assembly Required
Color Family
Fits No. of Burgers
Front/Side Shelf
Grill Color Family
Grill Grate/Surface Material
Grill Material
Painted Steel
Grill Wheels
Grill/Smoker Category
Grill/Smoker Features
Grease Pan,Tool Holder
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type
Propane Tank
Ignition Type
Number of Burners
Number Of Main Burners
2 Burners
Outdoor Living Product Type
Portable Grill
Primary Cooking Space (sq. in)
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Overall Grill Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers


How high is this grill with the legs detached and table top feet folded for storage?

Asked by TalGal May 23, 2021

Thank you for the question. The dimensions without the legs of our Coleman RoadTrip LX 20,000 BTU 2-Burner Portable Propane Grill are 23(H) x 13.375(W) x 36.375(L) inches.

Where can I get replacement griddle for Coleman Road trip

Asked by TAL May 1, 2021

Thank you for the question. Parts for Coleman products are available at our retail partners. Here are the item number for the griddle(2000019874) and grate (2000019873).

What is the difference between the classic and LX

Asked by Skippy December 6, 2020

There are no difference with the Classic LX and LX they both have igniter, Griddle, propane powered, 20000 BTU, 285 sq in cooking surface, side tables and 2 burners.

Can you use a standard propane tank? Is the connection hose part of the grill?

Asked by Chef October 30, 2020

You can use a bulk propane tank but would need a model 2000005062, 5ft Hose and Adaptor to attach your appliance to the tank. You can purchase the 5ft Hose and adaptor through our retail partners.

need a hose for the tank

Asked by dc April 17, 2020


What is the height of the grill without the portable table/legs? I want to see if it will slide i...

Asked by Tahoewyatt May 11, 2018

RoadTrip LX 20,000 BTU 2-Burner Portable Propane Grill in Blue has a height of 9.25" without the legs.

Where does the propane hook up

Asked by Jay1974 September 13, 2017

RoadTrip LX 20,000 BTU 2-Burner Portable Propane Grill in Blue includes a regulator that attaches the back of the grill and then propane attaches to the regulator.

Is this grill adaptable to both 5lb propane tank and small camping propane tanks?

Asked by Jim July 14, 2017

yes, you need an adpater. Instructions are in manual.

Do you have a cover for this grill

Asked by Meg June 4, 2017

Coleman Model #2000012525 is designed specifically for the Roadtrip grill. On the Home Depot web site, search for Model # 2000012525 Internet #202021599

Do the RoadTrip LX and the RoadTrip LXE2 use the same size grill, griddle and stove grates? OR is...

Asked by Dia March 10, 2017

I believe the answer is yes. We have friends that have both types and they use the attachments back n forth.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 63 reviews
  • 87% recommend this product
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Oldie but goodie
This is by far the best grill we ever owned. I put some money into it this year. I picked up som cast iron grates and griddle. I was thinking of a new Blackstone but for less then half the cost I have more versatility. And I can do one thing the new lx grills can’t do.
Great Little Grill
I'm so glad I purchased this grill. I definitely recommend it. The product was packaged extremely well. It took me probably less than 10 minutes to set up. Very easy to use and started right up. I cooked a steak and it was cooked perfectly. My steak cooked evenly with no sticking to the grate. I purchased the cover and that is well made also.....heavy material.
by DCudmore
Affordable and Durable
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have had this grill for 10 years and it is great.The grill has been through everything tailgating at nascar races football games it has been on the beach in Hatteras NC cookouts at home. Still going strong.Did have to replace a few parts but worth keeping.
by Summergirl
Long lasting !!!
I have had my grill for about 22 years and I Love it. Replaced 2 burners and the catch pan and it still works great.
by Cdjr
In general this is a fantastic grill. It comes with a griddle and grate combo and if you want to grill both sides, you'll need to buy another grate. Same for the griddle option. I found the table itself a little clumsy to put up and take down. The sides pop out of the middle and snap in on the ends. That's all good. But to get them out I suggest using a dull knife or screwdriver to gently nudge them from the holes. Be cautious with the table legs. The pop out buttons can get stuck in and then the table is not stable. It has an adapter for attaching a bottle gas unit and those units run about $4. You can also buy a longer hose adapter and attach it to a larger gas canister. The cooking area is not that big but enough for 4 people eating at the same time (as long as you have both sides to work with. For a travel unit, you need to have 1x2x4 feet of space for storage. It would have been nice if the table had wheels and you could roll it around as one unit. Alas, this is something you have to carry. The gas grill itself, sans table, works great on a picnic table or other sturdy surface as well. As with all coleman products, the unit itself is one of the best.
by painters1953
2 people found this helpful
The road trip 2 burner propane grill comes in a fashionable blue lid, black side handles for easy...
The road trip 2 burner propane grill comes in a fashionable blue lid, black side handles for easy carrying, left/right burners, regulator assembly, a removal water pan for easy cleaning of grease and all, removable grill and griddle that you can mix and match to either burners. The regulator assembly is only for coleman 16.4 oz disposable propane cylinders. You have the option to purchase a high pressure hose & adapter to attach a 15 pound propane tank which I will do for certain. I found the 16.4 oz propane cylinder only last nearly an hour while both burner are on full force. It's a bit of a hassle having to change the cylinders in between cooking meals. This LX grill is for outdoor use only and is compact. This grill is very portable for table top or with the collapsible stand for your convenience. The Collapsible stand is a separate piece that is included in the pack. It's easy to put together, just be certain to look over the manual for proper set up. I did have a bit of trouble having the holes align on the stand to put the side table to snap in. I've added photos so you may get a visual. The stand has an easy carry handle while it's in storage position. I'm overall happy with the grill and collapsible stand.
by edjr
3 people found this helpful
We've used this Coleman RoadTrip LX proprane grill a couple of times while on a camping trip, and...
We've used this Coleman RoadTrip LX proprane grill a couple of times while on a camping trip, and so far we really like it. Setting it up was not very hard at all according to my teengage son who volunteered to put the grill together; it took him all of 15 minutes which included taking the item out of the box. It does come with a detailed instruction booklet with pictures and attaching a propane tank was quite easy as well. The cooktop/grill sits on metal stand (not sure if this is aluminum or steel, but it's not super heavy), and the stand has two side tables that fold out, which you can use for holding spice and condiment bottles, etc. It's also possible to use the cooktop/grill without the stand, and you can just place it on a outdoor tabletop.The cooktop/grill itself is quite sizeable with a large, deep lid and two large burners, and it also comes with a half-size griddle top, which fits over one of the burners, as well as half-size grill grate which fits over the other burner. You can purchase a full-size griddle or a full-size stove grate separately to go with this cooktop/grill as well, making it even more versatile. It is possible to put a pan on the grill-grate (see my pictures) if you wanted to use one side for just frying something in a pan instead of grilling. The one sort of negative we found is that when using the griddle, it obscures the burner making it impossible to see the flame and thus difficult to determine the temperature you're cooking at. Of course, the control knob still shows if you have the burner set on high or low, but that's not the same as being able to see the flame itself. We also found that stand is just a slight bit wobbly, but as long as it's put on a flat, stable surface it shouldn't be too noticeable. The electric igniter is great, all you have to do is turn on the propane, turn on one or both control knobs for the burners, click the igniter and you're ready to grill/cook. The cooktop/grill has also been very easy to wipe clean, which is a big plus as when you're camping you don't want to spend a lot of time cleaning. We look forward to many years of grilling pleasure on our camping trips with this Coleman Roadtrip LX propane grill!.
by DutchWoman
2 people found this helpful
This is not just another travel grill. Coleman has made some ingenious innovations that transform...
This is not just another travel grill. Coleman has made some ingenious innovations that transform it from a mediocre little grill into a terrific outdoor kitchen. I am referring particularly to their 'SwapTop' system of interchangeable grates. The grill comes with a grill grate on one side and a flat griddle on the other ( each side has its own burner. ) You can get a second one of each, to make the grill all-grill or all-griddle. Both have a non-stick coating that can be cleaned in the kitchen sink like anything else, which is really nice. But most useful of all is a chrome steel stove grate that converts the grill into a first-rate camp stove that you can use with any pot or frying pan. Another innovation is the non-stick steel water tray that surrounds the burners, in lieu of a conventional drip tray. This is supposed to catch all the drippings, but actually a bit sneaks down around the burners, which have very small catch rings around them. When those overflow, the grease will drip right out of the grill onto whatever is below. Some sort of external drip tray will take care of this possibility. There is room enough under the grill for a disposable cookie sheet, or a piece of aluminum foil, just to be safe. After a week of frequent use, no grease has yet escaped from my grill, but I did have to clean around the burner. A big batch of hamburgers could mess up your deck or tabletop. The water tray is not so easy to clean, unless you can just spill it out on the ground right where you are. Carrying a wide tray full of greasy water is tricky, especially if you fill it up to the mark. I suggest no more than two cups of water. The tray also does not fit in the sink. A much better design would be a split water tray, matching the grates. I have already forgotten to put water in the tray - no harm done, I just scraped out some scrambled egg and gave it to the dog, and scrubbed the tray clean. The water tray is a good idea, but Coleman still needs to work on it. ( I hope they read this. ) Another accessory that is well worth it is an adapter hose for a standard 20 pound propane bottle. I estimate that the small 1-pound camping bottles are 3-4 times the cost of a big bottle. As far as economy goes, the smaller burners are canceled-out by longer cooking times, but the smaller area and internal volume of this grill compared to a full-sized one should make it more efficient for smaller jobs. The adapter hose will pay for itself with the first big bottle you use. The main construction of the grill is stamped steel. No surprise - it is supposed to be lightweight and portable. The plastic and aluminum folding stand is a little shaky, but serviceable. The grill is not attached to the stand, so using a picnic table is a better option, just remember what I said above about drips. If you know there will be a suitable place for the grill where you are going, you can leave the stand home. In my case, I used the stand for a permanent mounting. A single wire tie to the patio railing steadied it up considerably. The side trays are small but useful, just be careful not to get grease all over them - use a plate. Strictly as a grill, its not great, but it works. You shouldn't expect too much - just look at the size of it. A 'real' grill is much taller, with several inches between the flame and the cooking grate. This space is generally filled with some material like lava rocks or steel angles to diffuse the heat and burn up the drips. There just isn't room for that here, the geometry is much more like a gas stove, with the flame just an inch below the grate. It takes some extra care not to burn things - don't walk away and get distracted. Also, with the flame right there, you tend to get more flare-ups than with a bigger deeper grill. If you work at it ( and I did, see pictures, ) you can make some pretty impressive flames. They look worse than they are - not much heat in them really. The grill grate has a large solid section in the center covering the burner to keep grease off it. This actually makes it more flexible. For example, hot dogs burn very fast on any grill, and you can protect them from direct heat on the solid section. Or you can use it for a bun warmer. Steaks, hamburgers, and chicken came out just fine, the solid section didn't seem to make much difference, and you get nice grill marks all over. The lid is pretty low, you could probably fit a split chicken under it, but nothing bigger. So, strictly as a grill, I would say that this is not as good as a 'real' grill, but gets the job done adequately, and you really can't expect more of it. Both the grill grate and the griddle have raised lips around the circumference to keep you from pushing things off the edge - a necessary feature. Where this grill really shines is its flexibility, and that's where we get to the griddle. The griddle is perfect for breakfasts - bacon, ham, pork roll, pancakes, french toast, etc. Not so much eggs, as they make a beeline for the openings around the edges and end up in the water tray if you are not quick. Also good for cheesesteaks. I'd say the heat on high is roughly equivalent to my kitchen stove on 4. I usually run the stove on 6, so the heat under the big griddle is a little anemic. ( You could also run it on 'start', which I haven't tried, may not be a good idea. ) That just means things take a little longer to cook, and are harder to burn. I wouldn't expect a portable grill to have the same power as a kitchen stove. The last 'SwapTop' accessory is the one that is not included, but probably the most useful of all - the stove grate. The stove grate converts the grill into a first rate gas stove. Use your favorite pots and pans, make coffee, do pretty much anything you'd do on your kitchen stove, albeit with less power, similar to using the griddle. Scrambled eggs in a frying pan works much better than on the griddle. Coleman should include the stove grate and make the griddle an accessory - we all have pots and pans. The stove grate is the most inexpensive of all the accessories, and I recommend you order one immediately. Or two - and convert an ok grill into a terrific camp stove. I don't see much use for a second griddle, but a second grill grate would be useful if you have lots of mouths to feed. Lastly, I tried some experiments. I added a thermometer to the lid - I drilled a 5/16" hole above the Coleman logo for it. You can set temperature pretty well between 300 and 450 degrees, so even light baking is possible. By running the burner on low on just one side and closing the lid, you can bake small items on the other side without burning the bottoms. Biscuits and cookies came out alright on the griddle, and brownies worked out in a pan on the stove grate. Baking is tricky, you have to ride shotgun on it. With care, you can make toast too. One thing I haven't tried is a lobster, I don't have one handy. So who is this good for? Camping, obviously, and day trips where portability matters. But it also makes a great outdoor cooking station for one or two people. The small size means you won't burn through half a bottle of gas to make one or two hamburgers, and the wide range of things you can do on it make it much more useful than a 'real' gas grill. Whatever shortcomings it has as a grill are more than made-up-for by everything else it can do - pretty much anything except deep-frying. I especially like cooking outside and not heating up the house when the A/C is on. I couldn't be more pleased with it. Note: You could conceivably overheat and ruin the stock aluminum grate and griddle, but I think that would require gross negligence or deliberate effort. The accessory versions are cast iron, supposedly. Also, to avoid damaging the non-stick coatings, use your regular plastic kitchen utensils, not metal grilling tools.
by nickname
9 people found this helpful
The Coleman RoadTrip LX is a great portable grill. Very easy to assemble, well packaged, and has...
The Coleman RoadTrip LX is a great portable grill. Very easy to assemble, well packaged, and has easy to understand instructions. The regulator is detachable, which allows for a very easy connection with the propane cylinder, I very much like this feature. It comes with a grill and griddle plate, which have a nonstick coating, and are dishwasher safe. It cleans up very easily, and has 20,000 BTU's. This is a great grill.
by rjoyce534
3 people found this helpful
This is a nice grill that's ideal for use in a mostly permanent location like on a deck, boat or ...
This is a nice grill that's ideal for use in a mostly permanent location like on a deck, boat or RV. It has a good amount of surface area, and the included griddle gives you some versatility in what you can cook. The grill heats up in a hurry and the electronic ignition makes lighting it a breeze. The stand is a little awkward to assemble and move around, but this grill isn't really designed to be moved a lot & it's perfectly sturdy enough to withstand normal wind, rain, etc. You can lift the grill out of the stand easily if you want to take it with you to use on a picnic table or something. The only thing I think this grill is lacking is a thermometer. It's not a huge deal, but I do find it helpful to have a general reference as to what the temperature is. All in all, nice grill with plenty of surface area that's easy to use!
by Judson
4 people found this helpful
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