Ours is a 2012, so not sure what changes/upgrades have been done for 2015. Also, haven't owned ours long. So the pro/con lists will both likely grow in time.
Pro: Short, light & easy to tow. Great floor plan. Has a KING bed & easily sleeps 6. More counter space than many larger units we looked at. Even has a small tub, which is great if you have small children or dogs. And seems to be better constructed than a lot of other brands we looked at. My wife was really pleased it had a 3 burner stove with an oven ( although pretty small oven ).
Con:Some storage issues. Want to bring a generator. We tow with an SUV. If we used a pick-up, could just carry in the truck bed. The X213 recommends against using the rear bumper for transport. And if you do, limit it to 100 lbs. Don't know if I can get a generator, fuel & some sort of rig to keep it attached & secure, and stay under 100 lbs. Some minor issues are: The slide with the king bed has no lighting. Quick fixed with tap lights. All the mattresses are lame. Also fixed to our satisfaction with memory foam toppers. The TV mount is lousy. Does not extend out. Just swivels side to side. And not much on the side to side. This can also be corrected. I'm a bit portly ( okay, fat ). It's a tight fit for me at the dinette. Better for me if I remove the back cushion.
We looked at a LOT of trailers before stumbling upon the X213. It is by far the best we found. HOWEVER, just in case it might fit your needs better, I came upon a thread today for the model X254. It has a similar floor plan. But it has more bunks, and a better eating arrangement for fat guys. It is a tad longer.
Enjoy the journey,
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