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2007 Mastercraft X-15
The reviews are in after its successful debut in 2006, the X-15 has been declared by its critics as an all-around winner. With its semi-modified vee hull and deep cockpit, boaters are treated to a smooth, dry ride and look good doing it thanks to the famous fit and finish that made MasterCraft renown in the industry. Add in the roaring V-8 GM Vortec powerhouse that pushes this vessel and everyone in and behind the boat is primed for an all-around great time.
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we just purchace a new 2007,x-15 recently and very satisfy with the performance off the lot.we already put 18hrs in two weeks and the more you used this boat you appreciate the wake it has provide us,we are die-hard wake boarders.plenty space inside and great gages easy to read.malibu has no competition with mastercraft.yeah baby and get a mastercraft.
Great boat! Its the new and better of the X-10 and with the X-star wakes its one of the best Mastercraft has made.
This boat will throw a huge surfing wake if you load the boat the right way. Consider throwing some fatSacs on one side or in only one compartment on the rear. Also note which way you ride and load that side. I happen to live on a lake so I know people with every kind of boat known to man. The centurion are cheeper... but hey guess what they have horrible resale value and are kinda crappy. If you want a great boat MasterCraft, Malibu and Correct Craft's are your best choice... stay away from the cheep ones you will never have a good day on the water! Also note how much better all of these brands are made and look up the numbers on how many are sold, where they are sold, where they are made, how they are made, with what materials, etc and then why everything is the way it is on them. Where the battery is, the amps, the impeller, the exhaust etc... You will find that from the serviceing end to the user-abiltiy of the boat that MasterCraft has engineered them to excell beyond the rest. You get what you pay for with these products
Reviewer: Greg Cashen
Just bought this one after testing every MC known to man. Not really, but I tested X*, X2, X45 and X15, and the X15 is the best of all worlds, by far! The wake is bigger than the X2 for wakeboarding with the same amount of weight. For surfing, the X2 is not so good. Neither is the XStar. The X15 is totally rideable, but not as big as my old '01 X10. This is mainly due to the much larger size of the X15 and the fact that it takes so much more weight to load it down. For comfort and storage, this boat is second only to the X-Star or X45, but the 45 is a hog in the water and had a pretty $^%@ wake for both surfing and wake. I think this boat is just barely below the XStar in terms of performance, but for the 17k diff in $$, the X15 is definitely the way to go.
Reviewer: David James
My son talked me into getting this boat as he wanted to get into wakeboarding. We have used the boat 3-4 times a week since and had a great time. Recently I have gotten into wakesurfing, but the wake is not great for that. Considering moving to a Centurion Enzo to better meet both of our needs. Also, I feel the price on the Mastercraft you are paying significantly for the name, and not neccessarily for the value you receive. Wish I had shopped around a little more before purchasing.
Reviewer: sebastien marquis
Reviewer: Peter Malewicz