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Portable Grills Between $100 and $200

If you have a mid-sized budget, you can explore a few more grills with a few more features. Most grills in this price range are rather high quality, and everyone on this list is both portable and cook quite well.

Out of the six grills I list here, I have reviewed the first four. If you read my reviews, you may have noticed that I personally gave the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet a measly three stars in my full review on it.  I still feel it’s worth listing here because customers are very satisfied with it – something I only partially took into account when I rated it.

Coleman RoadTrip LXE

Coleman Roadtrip LXE Portable Gas Grill
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Cuisinart Petit Gourmet

Coleman Roadtrip LXE Portable Gas Grill
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Napoleon TravelQ

(O-Grill 3000)

Napoleon TQ2225PO Travel Q Portable Grill
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Cuisinart All Foods Table Top

Cuisinart CGG-200 All Foods Tabletop Gas Grill
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Weber Q 1000

Weber Q1000 Liquid Propane Grill
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Broil King Porta-Chef 100

Broil King Porta-Chef 100
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This page was last updated Saturday, March 14, 2020. For current prices and availability, please check the retailer’s website.

 

What can you expect from a grill in this price range?

For a little bit more money, you can get your hands on a very decent grill. Many grills in this price range either come with a stand. Those that don’t often have a stand available as an accessory.

All of the grills listed above are reported to cook exceptionally well and are also made with high-quality construction and materials.