could it be the black tank mound that smells and not the toilet? We went to "How to take care of your Black Tank seminars". We learned so much.
First always start out with at least a gallon of water in your tank BEFORE using it.
Then when doing #2 always fill your bowl with extra water BEFORE flushing. Water is your friend when it comes to your Black Tank.
Of course our BT is closed the whole time until it is full or we are leaving our site.
When we empty, we back flush but we also use a chock to keep toilet bowl open and run the water down the pipe to clean the areas that the back flush doesn't touch.
Then when we are in Tampa FL there is a wonderful man (I can look up his number if anyone wants) who Pressure wash the tank. I was so surprised as to how much more stuff came out of our tank. I would have that done once a year. We have a 2015 38CK and never have we had a smell.
Our first Truck camper had that horrid smell and no matter how many chemicals we used it didn't help. We had the horrible mound. Lesson learned.
However I would always recommend for any man to replace toilet with a high but elongated toilet. Makes life so much easier no matter how small or big you are.