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Coleman Roadtrip Review LXX vs. LXE

All campers and travelers already know that the Coleman Roadtrip series consists of the LXE and the LXX. Still, most of them are confused about their differences – and their confusion is genuine. Both the LXX and LXE are popular camping grills because they have great features and are completely portable. Both of these models have similar features; so, which of the two should you choose? 

Due to the reason that campers and travelers can get confused between the two, we decided to share a Coleman Roadtrip review where we compared the two greats. We will be mentioning the major differences between them order to help you determine which is perfect for your needs. Before we begin the comparison let us talk about the similarities of the products in the Coleman Roadtrip series. 

Coleman Roadtrip Series Review– The Similarities

The series consists of the older LX and the focus of this review – the LXX and the LXE. Both these products can be pulled away easily as they can be folded up and moved with the help of its caster wheels present on the sides. 

Both these products consist of the insta-start matchless lighting system that will automatically light up your grill. Now that we have mentioned the similarities, let’s get into the main topic of our review – the differences. 

Coleman Roadtrip LXX

Coleman RoadTrip LXX Portable Propane Grill, Black
  • Portable propane grill ideal for tailgating, picnicking, and...
  • Delivers 20,000 BTUs of heat across 285 square inches of...

This product from the Roadtrip series is quite easy to operate and use. We found that with just a few tries, you will be able to assemble the entire product on your own. Another great advantage of this product is that any of Coleman’s grates can be interchanged and used according to your grilling requirements. 

Due to the interchangeability, there isn’t much that cannot be cooked by the Roadtrip LXX. When it comes to cooking space, this product offers its users a total surface area of 285 square inches. 

The Coleman Roadtrip LXX boasts some key features such as its matchless ignition system, side tables, and steel hooks for its grill tools. Along with these features, the burners in this product will be able to provide the total heating power of about 22,000 BTUs/hour. 

Coleman Roadtrip LXE

Coleman Propane Grill | RoadTrip LXE Portable Gas Grill
  • Portable propane grill ideal for tailgating, picnicking, and...
  • Delivers 20,000 BTUs of heat across 285 square inches of...

This next product from the Coleman Roadtrip series is quite easy to use and move around. Alongside this, the product is also quite easy to assemble on your own and can be put together in just a matter of seconds. The product has a surface that offers space for cast iron grilling. This can then be backed with a pot support that needs to be bought separately. 

Since we are on the topic of cooking space, the Roadtrip LXE offers its users with a cooking space of up to 285 square inches – which is the same in the case of the LXX. Moving further, if you wish to use this product, all you have to do is push a button and you are ready to go. Lastly, the cumulative cooking power of this product stands at about 20,000 BTUs/hour. 

Comparisons Between the LXX and LXE

To be completely honest, we found that both of these products had a lot of similarities. Both of them had been specially designed to be easy to operate, versatile and most importantly – quite portable. Due to these similarities, common customers can find it hard to make a decision between the two. Well, we would like them to know that there are, of course, some parameters that make these products different from each other. 

1. Cooking Power

The very first difference between the two products is that they have different cooking powers. The LXE model offers a figure of about 20,000 BTUs/hour for its users while the LXX offers its users a slightly higher 22,000 BTUs/hour. 

2. Cooking Space

Besides simple cooking power, another important consideration is that the number of members that can be cooked on the grill. The LXE works at the lesser 20,000 BTUs but still is large enough to cater food for about 15 people. With the slight difference in cooking power, it results are still quite impressive. 

3. Build Quality

Another aspect by which both of these products are different is because of their build qualities. The LXX model from the Coleman Roadtrip series has been found to be made of more durable steel as opposed to the LXE models. Both of these models have side tables but the difference seems to be in the case of their hooks. The hooks used in the LXXv have been made of stainless steel whereas the LXE features plastic hooks. 

4. The Thermostat

Finally, another section that differentiates both these products is in their thermostats. While this may be a minor difference, all beginners or first-time users can make choices accordingly. That said, the LXX model can be bought with a completely adjustable thermostat whereas the LXE model has nothing of this sort. Naturally, beginners would like to work with the LXX because of this helpful advantage. 

So, there you have it, folks! You know all the differences and similarities of the Coleman Roadtrip series. You can go out and make your purchase while keeping all the above considerations in mind, whatever you choose, you are right! 

These are both good products, simply choose the one that fits your needs better!