The Proform Pro 2000 is a sturdy contender in its price range and gives off the impression it is slightly better tailored for someone who likes to run during their workout. Proform has its parts warranty at 2 years. While we do not recommend serious marathon training on this machine, a moderate jogger will fare well with this purchase. The new look for 2022 gives the Proform Pro 2000 the modern design you are looking for at a moderate price.
The Proform Pro 2000 has been equipped with a robust build and offers their predictable amount of workout programs backed by an average warranty. In this price range we would expect a slightly longer parts warranty – not just 2 years. This model came out with some significant updates like the 10” touchscreen, and unlike other models priced the same, this model has been designed with both an incline and a decline adding many different variations to your workout.
The Proform Pro 2000 is a treadmill that offers an integrated iFit Coach application. The iFit Coach application will give you 24/7 membership access to cardio workouts led by personal trainers on-demand as long as you are willing to pay monthly after a free 30-day membership. Plus, you can also track your progress through this application as every training session is recorded and even visit an ever-growing library of diversified and stimulating workouts. It is safe to say that this treadmill may be one of the best of the moderately priced treadmills currently on the market. Proform has equipped the Pro 2000 treadmill with a 3.5 CHP motor capacity and a 350lb weight capacity. These two features are backed by a unit weight of 262 lbs. When you look at these three features collectively, you can see that the Pro 2000 beats almost every other treadmill in this price range and is likely to be more durable than the majority of treadmills for this price range. We also like that this machine reaches the 12 MPH mark. One intriguing new addition that Proform has added is a decline ability. The Pro 2000 can decline 3% along with the standard incline capacity of 15%. Proform claims that this is a new way to increase your training and test your strength. This is definitely a game changer and certainly not standard fare for most treadmills.
|iFIT||iFIT® Enabled, 30-Day iFIT Family Membership Included1|
|Display||10" Smart HD Touchscreen|
|Motor||3.25 CHP Mach Z™|
|Tread Belt||20" x 60"|
|Speed||0 to 12 mph QuickSpeed® Button Control|
|Incline||-3% Decline to 12% Incline QuickSpeed® Button Control|
|Cushioning||ReBound Pro™ Cushioning|
|Folding Deck||SpaceSaver® Design with EasyLift™ Assist|
|Audio||Bluetooth®3 Audio Capabilities with Dual 2" Speakers|
|Weight Capacity||300 lb|
|Footprint||35.3" Wide x 77.3" Deep x 59.6" Tall|
|Weight||262 lb In Box Weight|
10-Years Frame, 2-Years Parts, & 1-Year Labor
The Proform Pro 2000 has won multiple awards from us over the years thanks to the consistency in quality parts. For the price range, we have strongly recommended this treadmill seeing as how the parts over the years have challenged treadmills in the $3,000-dollar range. The Pro 2000 has proven to be a quality machine over the past six years. We invite you to see our other treadmill reviews to help you narrow your search for your next fitness machine.
The Proform Pro 2000 has fared well among comparable dollar amount machines and strikes a good balance between style and substance. The offering of a decent amount of workout programs and an uncommon decline capability lifts this equipment above the masses. Certainly, the purchase will enhance your workout experience to the limits. We believe this machine to be a good choice for those with mid-range budgets as the new upgrades keep the Pro 2000 as a relevant contender in today’s market.