Exercise and Fitness

NordicTrack Treadmill – Closeout

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Whether you’re an avid runner or just starting out, this treadmill will help you get in shape and reach your fitness goals. It features an auto-adjusting speed and incline that makes it easier to push yourself without fiddling with buttons.

Its HD touch screen allows you to take virtual classes from iFit. This treadmill is also foldable, which helps save space in your home.


NordicTrack treadmills are among the best in their price range for their iFit technology and features. Even their lowest priced models have a hearty motor and extra features such as Reflex DeckTM cushioning that absorbs impact to reduce the strain on joints.

These features are backed up by excellent customer feedback. Most NordicTrack treadmills in the Commercial line use a 3.6 CHP motor and provide options like incline to -3% for downhill training and a rotating, swiveling HD touchscreen that makes it easier to take virtual classes on Google Maps and other iFit workouts.

There are a few other treadmills in the commercial series, but the x32i is the top of the line with its 4.6 CHP motor and a 32″ touchscreen that takes up most of the front of the console. This is a big step up from the previous model and will appeal to a wider audience including runners who want to use their treadmill for running races and marathons.

Treadmill Accessories

NordicTrack sells a number of treadmill accessories that help keep your workouts fun and productive. They include lubrication kits, heart rate monitors and speed weights. They also offer a variety of treadmill mats and runners for extra comfort and safety.

The company’s Elite line includes treadmills that have large, pivoting HD touchscreens. One model features a 22-in screen, while the other has a 32-in screen. Both can stream iFit workouts and include push bars and sled grips to increase calories burned and muscles toned. They also have Smart-Response motor technology with quiet-drive incline technology, plus a maximum 40% incline and a -6% decline that fitness trainers can remotely control.

Even the entry-level models in this line have commercial-grade motors with 3.0 continuous-duty horsepower (CHP). These can handle a high rate of incline and high speeds for runners. They also have a variety of other features like self-adjusting fans and built-in Bluetooth headphones to control sound levels, music and iFit workouts.

Treadmill Reviews

Currently marked as “closeout,” this treadmill offers many of the features of more expensive NordicTrack treadmills for a lower price. With FlexSelect cushioning, this machine can support a variety of workouts. Its quiet motor may appeal to people who prefer to workout at home without disturbing others in the house. It also includes iFit AutoAdjust technology which lets the trainer control a workout’s speed and incline.

Its SpaceSaver design and AutoBreeze workout fan help a person stay comfortable during a workout. The 14-in HD smart touchscreen can rotate to optimize the view of the iFit workouts and videos. It has a variety of other features, including a trainer-led scenic workouts and AutoAdjust technology that adjusts speeds and incline to match the terrain in the video.

The 1st month of iFit is included with the purchase. The service has a monthly cost of a dollar per month or can be purchased for $396 all at once to save $72. It provides access to thousands of trainer-led destination workouts and studio classes, too.

Treadmill Comparisons

When you’re in the market for a treadmill, it’s helpful to know which brands are competitive. While Peloton has a lot of fervent fans, NordicTrack has been around since the 1970’s and offers many treadmill options at various prices.

The Commercial 1750 is a favorite treadmill for its immersive training experience and sleek design. It also offers a powerful motor and a large screen for easy viewing of workout stats. This treadmill can handle serious runners and houses with multiple users without issue. It has a maximum incline of 15% and can decline down to 3% to simulate outdoor running.

The 2450 is an upgraded version of the Commercial 1750 with a bigger screen for easier reading of workout stats. It also has a slightly more powerful motor but the difference isn’t as big as it once was. This treadmill also offers a maximum incline of 15% and up to a 3% decline for hill workouts.