It\u2019s always good to keep your personal interests in mind when you\u2019re shopping for the Best Grills. For example, if you like football or camping, then maybe looking at the Best Camping Grill would be beneficial. To this end, the Coleman Roadtrip X-Cursion Propane Grill should be on your list of considerations as both a camping grill and tailgating grill.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Coleman Roadtrip Grill\r\nThe Coleman Roadtrip Grill is essentially an updated model of the Roadtrip LXE that shares many of the same features and specs. It's exceptionally large grilling surface is great for camping and tailgate parties and it\u2019s still powerful enough to rival larger, freestanding barbecues.\r\n\r\nPower\/Heating\r\nThe Coleman Roadtrip Portable Gas Grill can deliver an impressive 20,000 BTU\u2019s of power across one elongated burner. While this is the average for large, freestanding barbecues, it\u2019s an exceptional amount of power for portable grills. But if you don\u2019t really need that much power for your outing, consider the Blackstone Table Top Grill.\r\nSize\/Versatility\r\nThe Coleman Roadtrip sports a very impressive 285 square inches of cooking space. The Weber Q1200 has 100 square feet less cooking area than that and it can still comfortably fit four medium-sized steaks and some veggies, so imagine how much the Coleman Roadtrip full size grill grates can manage. The one downside is that it\u2019s not a charcoal grill, so you're stuck with needing to buy propane tanks.\r\nDurability\r\nWhile it may be lighter than the LXE, the Coleman X-Cursion is still one of the heftier portable grills around at 43 Pounds. This means it\u2019s not going to be as easily portable as the Weber Q1000, for example. But it\u2019s not all bad. It\u2019s greatly wind resistant, and the porcelain-coated cast iron grates not only distribute heat evenly so it\u2019s not all concentrated to one side but add to the life of the grill plates too.\r\nEase of Use\r\nThe side tables make for convenient areas to place your grilling tools and cooking spices. However, there\u2019s only one side table now instead of two, which seems like an odd design choice. The cast iron grates are also easier to clean thanks to the porcelain coating, and set-up is as easy as sliding out the legs from underneath the grill. Of course, if there is a picnic stand or some other surface available, you can leave the grill in the collapsed position.\r\nValue\r\nIf you\u2019d like, you can also purchase the swaptop interchangeable cooktops to allow you to switch grill grates out for griddle and stove grates. Now, you will be able to simmer and sear instead of just sear. Making rice dishes, stews, or boiling water for coffee, tea, or oatmeal is now infinitely easier. And for a minor bonus, you can choose whether you\u2019d like it in black or blue.\r\nColeman Roadtrip Grill Wrap Up\r\nIt would have been cool if the Coleman X-Cursion had a charcoal option, this way it could have been a true camping man\u2019s grill, but I\u2019m not going to dwell too heavily on that. The fact is the grill produces freestanding barbecue heat with larger-than-average portable grill space into a worthy package. Some design choices are odd though, such as taking away one of the side tables. I guess you\u2019ll have to hold your drink now while you grill.