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Many RV owners are gearing up for camping season and the chance to get grilling! We’ve decided it’s time to introduce you to the very best portable gas grills on the market to make your trip an even better experience.
We collected information from everywhere to come up with the best of the best gas grills specifically designed for RV owners, There are so many different styles and designs so we are offering selections from tabletop varieties to free-standing models.
Here is our list of what we found to be the best on the market to help you find the perfect gas grill that will serve you well.
In our opinion, this grill is the very best of all of the portable gas grills. The Coleman RoadTrip LXE is a free-standing grill. We found this grill on 11 different lists and four of those lists ranked it as Number One.
|The dimensions are 46 x 18 x 35-inches||It weighs 51.2 lbs|
|Total BTU is 20,000||Comes with 2 Burners|
|The Cooking Surface is 285 sq. in.||It comes with porcelain-coated cast-iron grates|
|The standing weight is 44 lbs|
Its price tag is very competitive, offers very easy assembly, very easy to transport, and comes with InstaStart ignition. You will get two independently adjustable burners, a large cooking surface, interchangeable cooktops, and you can purchase a griddle-top separately.
The only negative reviews said it’s quite heavy and can easily rust. There are customer reviews that claim customer service is bad.
This stainless-steel tabletop grill is the least expensive grill we looked at and is probably a good choice if you are on a budget.
It comes with One Burner
It’s constructed from stainless-steel
It’s lightweight, comes with a temperature gauge, 2 burners, an ignition button, a large cooking surface, and a warming rack. It comes with a stainless-steel drip tray, a locking hood, and is very easy to clean. It also offers folding legs.
Assembly is required and there are no carrying handles. Some customers had problems with the Piezo igniter.
The Cuisinart Petite Gourmet Portable Gas Grill With VersaStand is the very smallest and lightweight of all the models of portable gas grills that we reviewed. It offers a telescoping stand for use as a freestanding unit or tabletop. There have been several customers who have complained about its poor quality yet it still comes in as highly rated.
|The dimensions are 16 x 16.5 x 13-inches||It weighs 2.2 lbs|
|Total BTU is 5500||The Cooking Surface is 145 sq. in.|
|Offers 2 Burners||Constructed from steel and stainless-steel burners and porcelain-enameled grate.|
Offering the telescoping legs is a plus. It comes with a small drip pan, cooks evenly and quickly. The grates can be placed in your dishwasher and it folds up for storage.
There is no temperature gauge and the drip pan is very small. The knobs can be difficult to operate and has less than great customer service.
The Weber Q-1000 us a Liquid Propane Grill which has received 6 #1 ratings in our search. The Q-1000 is a smaller version of the popular Q-2000 and is a redesign of the classic Q-100 or Baby Q.
|The dimensions are 15.5 x 51.4 x 19.5 with the side tables in an out position||It weighs 44 lbs.|
|Total BTU is 8500||Offers One Burner|
|A Cooking Surface of 189 sq. in.||It’s constructed with a cast aluminum lid and body, porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and stainless steel burner.|
It’s very easy to assemble, constructed of quality materials, and extremely easy to clean. It offers even heating and is very compact and lightweight.
The negative reviews claim you must preheat the grill for 10 to 15 minutes, it only has one burner, and it does not have a temperature gauge.
The Weber Q-2200 Liquid Propane Grill is just slightly behind its smaller version with 5 #1 rankings. It is also a totally new design for the Q-2000 family.
|The dimensions are 26 x 5.14 x 25.1 inches||It weighs 43.5 lbs.|
|Total BTU is 12,000||Comes With One Burner|
|The Cooking Surface is 280 sq. in.||It’s constructed with a cast aluminum lid and body, porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and stainless steel burner.|
We found this grill to be the most expensive of the grills we chose but it has a huge following of people who believe it’s worth every penny.
It’s extremely easy to assemble, made of quality materials, and is just slightly larger than most portable units. It offers a stainless-steel burner, electronic ignition, and temperature gauge. The temperature is easy to control and food cooks very evenly. It also offers even heat distribution and folding side tables.
Many reviews felt this unit is very expensive, it’s heavy, and heats very slowly. Some customers found that the model it replaced was much sturdier.
In A Nutshell
These are the top portable grills that made our list. Even with some negative reviews, they are still considered the best on the market for RVers. Whatever places you might wander to this summer, we hope you have a great adventure and hope you will find the perfect portable grill to enjoy a great meal when the sun starts to set.
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