Coleman RoadTrip Classic Grill, Blue

Catalog Item # 35188

The Coleman RoadTrip Classic Grill is perfect for tailgating or entertaining at your campsite.

Technical Specifications

50.6 lbs.
  • 50''L x 19''W x 36''H
  • Weight: 41 lbs.
  • Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 106 reviews (5 Based on 106 Reviews)

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    Pros
    • Conveinient (3)
    • Both the grill and the table work great (1)
    • Built strong (1)
    • Excellent Customer Service (1)
    • Good price (1)
    Cons
    • Large area needed for storage (3)
    • Need for wind protection (2)
    • No connection (1)
    • Aluminum grates are not good (1)
    • Grates have hot spots (1)

    Love this grill!

    by Anonymous – August 02, 2007
    5 out of 5 stars

    Had this grill for about 4 years now and since others in our group have seen it, 5 more have purchased it or the red one. I lik

    Wouldn't camp without it!

    by John Corstvet – November 28, 2012
    5 out of 5 stars

    We have had it since spring 2002. After 11 seasons It continues to perform flawlessly including the igniter. We camp about 40 ni

    Great Grill

    by Anonymous – June 10, 2012
    5 out of 5 stars

    IMHO, this is the best grill for the money & CW has the best sale pricing @ $169. This is apparently a close out sale as the Cole

    Great Grill!

    by Dominick Landolfi – July 01, 2012
    5 out of 5 stars

    This is a great grill! Cooks evenly; and easy clean up. Adding the water to the drip pan as directed in the instructions reduces c

    Great grill except

    by David Milnes – March 10, 2010
    5 out of 5 stars

    Reading other reviews I have to add a fix for the water pan issue. Remove the pan and place 2-3 layers of aluminum foil below the

    by Anonymous – August 11, 2016
    Yes, the grill assembly is easily detached from the stand.
    by Camping World – August 12, 2016
    by DEE – June 04, 2016
    This grill is for outdoor use only.
    by Camping World – June 06, 2016
    Yes, it is possible to remove the regulator and adapt the gas input on the grill so it can be fed off the low pressure propane line from an RV.
    by Camping World – May 16, 2016

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