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NordicTrack Commercial 2450 Treadmill Review

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How long will the NordicTrack Commercial 2450 last?

The NordicTrack Commercial 2450 folding treadmill is substantially built and designed to last through moderate to heavy use for many years by joggers and light runners alike. It is robust, weighs around 300 lbs, is fully assembled, and can hold up to 300 lbs. of workout weight. The 2450 comes with surprisingly low warranties despite its space-saving and robust design, but will last years with proper maintenance and care. Icon backs the 2450 with a 10-year frame warranty, 2 years on parts, and 1 year on labor.


Brief Overview

The NordicTrack Commercial 2450 folding treadmill comes with an upgraded 4.0 CHP motor which enables users to enjoy the 12 MPH high speed which gives sprinters a decent sweat when fully engaged. The 2450 also offers a 15% incline but throws in a -3% decline to the mix for additional intensified workout pleasure, while the 22” x 60” running area allows users of all sizes the ability to stretch their stride and add in optional upper body workouts without worries of smacking the treadmill arms. A patented suspension lets users choose between lower impacts or a real road feel when exercising, while trainer-led workouts mirror actual outside terrain.

The NordicTrack Commercial 2450 folding treadmill has a 14” touchscreen display, allowing a more immersive workout when utilizing the iFit workouts membership subscription. It has been upgraded with better graphics and the console has additional Bluetooth connectivity allowing the use of headphones during workout periods. There are also one-touch controls on the console, allowing quick changes to speed and incline for users not involved in trainer-led workouts. The 2450 is a delightful mix of functioning mechanical parts and workout technology that is wrapped up in a decent build for those with larger budgets who plan on purchasing exercise equipment.


Overall Quality

Let’s start with the good qualities. We like that NordicTrack has developed a way to include such large touchscreens in their treadmills. There are not many treadmill for sale on the market that have decent builds and touchscreens for this kind of price. We also like that NordicTrack included forty pre-programmed workouts and a one-year iFit subscription. Our average amongst our top four treadmills in this price range is about twenty-eight built-in workouts. So, you not only receive a chance to test our NordicTrack's partner programming, but you can also personalized workout stats and enjoy multiple workouts.


In terms of functionality, the Commercial 2450 also offers many features. This model has a twenty-two by sixty-inch walking belt, about three inches bigger than our top four average. The Commercial 2450 also comes with a fifteen percent incline and three percent decline ability unique to Icon treadmills (Icon being the parent company of NordicTrack). Though this model does not have the strongest, best-quality build in this price range, you receive several features that may help challenge your workout.


Of course, where would our reviews be without a little yin and yang? First, we encourage you to look into some of NordicTrack’s newer models. The Commercial 2450 has not received as many updates and you may find that you can receive a similar NordicTrack treadmill with better features for about the same price. We are also not impressed with Commercial 2450’s five-year parts and two-year labor warranty mainly because of the company that stands behind it.


When you look at the value of different warranties, you have to remember the type of service they guarantee. Think about a promise from Walmart to remodel your kitchen and one from Lowes. I would much prefer the Lowes promise. Similarly, Icon brands are scarred by Icon’s poor customer service. Subsequently, Icon brand warranties are less valuable than those from more trusted brands. And with this higher price range, it is important to look at the higher-end brands that start to offer models for a similar amount of money.


Lastly, we typically add our two cents about the iFit subscription. NordicTrack decides the price of their treadmills with the iFit subscription in mind. This subscription typically costs about thirty dollars a month, about four hundred dollars. Therefore, the free year that NordicTrack could be seen as an added value or an overcharge. There are some who like iFit, but there are also those who don’t care for it. If you do not like the iFit Coach, you could be paying for something you do not want. 


Additionally, the Commercial 2450’s value is also based on the iFit programming. If, at the end of your free year, you decide that the iFit subscription is not worth the money, then the value of your treadmill decreases substantially, which may be something to keep in mind.


Things we Like

Things we Dislike

✅ 14” touchscreen ❌ low warranty
✅ commercial grade features  
✅ foldable design  



Tread Belt 22" x 60"
Speed Range 0 to 12 mph
User Capacity 300 lb
Box Weight 339 lb
Footprint 81.25"L x 39.25"W x 59.25"H


NordicTrack Commercial 2450 won our 2021 Third Place Best Buy Winner for the $2,000 to $2,999 category. We invite you to see our other treadmill reviews to help you narrow your search for the next best treadmill for home.


The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 folding treadmill is a workhorse of a machine packed with quality features and a nice display screen. The ability to take advantage of a 30-day free iFit workout membership allows users to travel the world on a quality workout machine. It has made it into our Best Treadmill 2024 Buy list due to its overall value and affordable price. Remember, there are many models of treadmills for sale worldwide that vacillate between features and options, and it is worth the time it takes to compare prices and warranties before purchasing. Therefore, visit treadmilldoctor.com to make informed purchasing decisions for any brands.