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This 4-Season Off-Road Travel Trailer Brings Off-Grid Luxury Into the Backcountry

Published on July 12th, 2023 by Rene Agredano
This post was updated on July 25th, 2023

Can one camper be a total solution for wilderness camping? Yes! XploreRV’s brand-new 4-season, off-road travel trailer can take you on year-round camping experiences far from civilization. Experience rugged terrain and venture off the beaten path with the X195 overlanding trailer. It can redefine what adventure means to you, and create memories for a lifetime in all-in one off-grid RV.

The 2023 Xplore-RV X195 is an off-road marvel, by Imperial-Outdoors.

If anyone knows how to build the ultimate off-grid, year-round, off-road camper, they do. The company has a long track record building fish house RVs for hearty anglers in the Midwest. Now, they’ve put their knowledge about building extreme weather trailers into a new type of year-round camper, the X195.

“Built on a complete box section steel frame that is also tabbed and slotted for additional rigidity, giving you the confidence to cross whatever obstacles show up in your path!” says Steve Geary of Nelson Industries, creators of the Imperial-Outdoors brand. The X195 is their most extreme travel trailer yet, he explains, which rides on a Cruisemaster ATX air ride adjustable suspension (new in the U.S. marketplace). The 26-foot camper also features disc brakes to smooth out any road, two-track or back country path.

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What’s even more extreme about this 4-season travel trailer is that it’s built for any season. More robust than the typical year-round travel trailers on the market, you can enjoy luxury camping whether you’re in the hot dry desert in July, or the frigid far north in December. Their small travel tailer is built with one piece composite fiberglass walls, floor and roof. This gives you a dramatic increase in the insulation capabilities, so go ahead and camp in any weather. Whether you head out in 40 below zero or 120 degrees, you’ll be comfortable in this all-new off-road travel trailer.

XplorRV X195 feature diagram
Customize this off-road trailer to your needs.

Key Features of the XplorRV X195

4-Season capability to -40˚F
Air Ride Suspension (23” of ground clearance to skid plate)
Fully boxed steel perimeter frame
Roof mounted solar system (240W)
1-360Ah lithium ion battery (upgrades available)
2000w inverter & monitor Panel
Articulating hitch for movement independent of the tow vehicle.
Off-road tires with 20+ inches of ground clearance
Heated and enclosed underbelly
60 gal. fresh & 60 gal. gray water tanks
North-South walk around full-sized bed
4 leveling jacks
Acrylic Thermopane windows
Heated and insulated holding tanks
Interior of the XplorRV X195 travel trailer.
The trailer sleeps 2-3 people.

The X195 comes with a beast of a suspension system that takes you nearly anywhere. It’s the first American travel trailer built with the Australian-manufactured Cruisemaster® ATX independent suspension. This system includes air bags, heavy duty disc brakes, and a parking brake. It lets you give the trailer up to five inches of air adjustment on each side, depending on terrain. And, since you have 21-inches of ground clearance, your holding tanks are well-protected from rocks and abuse.

Waterless Dry Flush toilet inside overlanding trailer
No more black tank. It comes with a waterless Dry Flush toilet.

One of the coolest things about this 4-season off-road travel trailer is there’s no black tank. No, you don’t get a composting toilet. Instead, the overlanding camper comes with a Laveo Dry Flush waterless toilet!

X195 Specifications

Everything you’ve come to expect in the typical towable RV is built into this extreme 4-season off-road travel trailer. But the X195 builds them with off-road camping in mind.

Length (w/out rear accessories): 26′ 1″
Height: 9′ 9″
Weight: 5,500 lbs.
GVWR: 9,920 lbs.
Cargo Capacity: 4,420 lbs.
Tongue Weight: 560 lbs.
Tire Size 265/75 R16
Interior Height: 75.5″

Custom Build for Your Overlanding Camping Style

Every active RVer’s journey is unique. This is why the XploreRV X195 comes with a menu of choices to customize the camper to your needs. Get it in one of two color choices and design your own solar electric power system according to your needs. Then attach bumper gear that gets you deeper into the woods, like a utility ox, gear grid, and spare tire carrier.

The XplorRV X195 4-season off-road travel trailer
Fully insulated and protected underbelly takes you everywhere you want to go.

What Does the XplorRV X195 Cost?

Of course, all of these cool design features for a rugged camping trailer aren’t cheap. The MSRP of this 4-season off-road travel trailer is an eye-opening $144,000. To many overland camping fans, it’s well worth the cost for a backcountry adventure. The XplorRV X195 is currently being sold at overland camping RV dealers around the U.S. See the Dealer Locator map to find one near you.

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