Coleman RoadTrip vs. Weber Q

If you are looking for a truly portable gas grill that can be easily brought along on your road trips, Coleman RoadTrip and Weber Q models are among the best choices available over the market. Both are extremely popular, loved by many people due to their top-notch cooking performance and ease-of-use. However, in general, Coleman RoadTrip models are available at more affordable prices than Weber Q models. So, should you go with Coleman RoadTrip or Weber Q? In the following article, we are going to compare their high-end models, Coleman RoadTrip LXX and Weber Q3200, to answer the question.


Cooking Performance
One of the most important factors in choosing the right gas grill is certainly the cooking performance. We need something that is budget-friendly, yet is actually able to cook appropriately. Quite interestingly, both Coleman RoadTrip LXX and Weber Q3200 are two-burner gas grills. Coleman RoadTrip LXX offers 22,000 BTU heat output whereas Weber Q3200 has 21,700 BTU output. There is a minor difference here, but the gap is quite marginal and may not be very noticeable in usage. Both models cook very well.

Coleman RoadTrip LXX comes with a slightly more compact body than Weber Q3200, but this is mostly due to the smaller cooking area. Coleman RoadTrip LXX only has 285 square inches cooking area, whilst Weber Q3200 comes with 393 square inches cooking area. Needless to say, with a larger cooking area, you will be able to cook more ingredients at once. (See also: Coleman RoadTrip LXE vs. LXX)

LP Tanks
Quite interestingly, the LP tanks that they use become a major factor that you need to consider as well here. Weber Q3200 operates with the common 20-lb LP tanks. On the other hand, Coleman RoadTrip LXX works with 16.04-oz LP cylinders. Should you want to use 20-lb LP tanks, however, you can purchase an additional hose adapter in order to be able to connect it to the tank.

Other Features
Even though both Coleman RoadTrip LXX and Weber Q3200 are generally compact and portable, you need to note that Weber Q3200 does not detach from the cart. The tables are foldable, however. Hence, it may still take a considerable space if you bring it in your travel. On the other hand, Coleman RoadTrip LXX comes with a foldable stand.

- Collapsible propane grill ideal for tailgating at sporting events and picnics
- Pair of fully adjustable 20,000 BTU burners with an aluminum grate and griddle
- Supports mix-and-match cooking surfaces, including grill, griddle, and stove
- Chassis collapses in seconds for transport; detachable side tables
- Runs on disposable 16.4-ounce propane cylinder; 5-year limited warranty
- Two stainless steel burners produces 21,700 BTU-per-hour to heat 393 square-inch total cooking area
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body
- Grill-Out handle light
- Easy-start electronic ignition and infinite control burner valve settings
- Operates on a 20 lb. LP tank (sold separately)

Coleman RoadTrip vs. Weber Q
All in all, Coleman RoadTrip LXX and Weber Q3200 are actually great products. For home usage, Weber Q3200 makes the best way to go. The extra cooking area is certainly beneficial. However, for travels and road trips, you may prefer Coleman RoadTrip LXX instead, as it is more portable.

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