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Xterra TR300 Treadmill Review

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How long will the Xterra TR300 last?

The Xterra TR300 comes with a folding frame and lift assist. It weighs in at a solid 207 lbs. and it rated for a max user weight of 300 lbs. Xterra did not skimp on quality when building this machine. They backed up this offering with a lifetime frame and motor warranty, and 1 year on the deck, parts, and labor. While the latter is skimpy in terms of warranty, any time you find a lifetime offering you have hit the jackpot, especially if you can find the unit on sale. We believe this machine will last a moderate user a number of years with proper maintenance.

Brief Overview

The Xterra TR300 Is a definite upgrade to the TR200 offering 10 levels of automatic incline. The TR300 offers decent features for at this price level. We like the addition of the lifetime warranty on the motor and feel it adds to the value of this treadmill. It also has a wider running space of 20” x 55” which increases the number of users who can use the treadmill. When you are wider or taller it almost pays to invest in higher end machines as they offer the space needed for larger-bodied users.

Overall Quality

The TR300 treadmill is good for light to moderate use. The belt size is decent with a size of 20" x 55". It has a speed range of 0.5 to 10 MPH, which will allow a smooth walk to light jogging use by work out enthusiasts. The 2.25 motor is quiet, even when maxing top speeds. This treadmill features an XTRA Soft cushioning deck which absorbs the impact of your workout. The TR300 features a 5.5” Blue Backlit LCD display which allows you to monitor basic functions along with 24 preset workouts. It also comes with an audio jack and built-in speakers but no Bluetooth connectivity. Adjustable speed and incline buttons are located on the handles of the TR300 along with heart rate monitors allowing easy access to information and change. Other features include 24 built-in workout programs, a cooling fan, accessory tray, and water bottle holder. Pretty standard offerings and nothing too much different from other competitive models.

Things we like

  • warranty/20”
  • 55” area

Things we dislike

  • X
    standard offering
  • X
    a bit pricey at full retail


Motor 2.25 HP
Speed Range 0.5 to 10 mph
Incline 10 Levels of Electronic
Display 5.5" LCD Blue/Backlit
Display Size 4.7" x 2.3" (5.5" diag.)
Step-Up Height 5.8"
Belt 2 ply, 1.6 mm
Running Surface 20" x 55"
Running Deck Thickness 18 mm
Direct Speed Buttons 3, 6, 9 mph
Direct Incline Buttons 3, 6, 9 Incline
Set-Up Dimensions 72.2"L x 35"W x 54.1"H
Folded Dimensions 48.8"L x 35"W x 61.6"H
Weight 207.2 lb
Max User Weight Capacity 300 lb
Feedback Program, Time, Speed, Pace, Distance, Calories, Incline, and Pulse
Programs 24 preset, 1 Heart Rate Control, 1 Manual


Lifetime Frame Lifetime Motor 1 Year Deck 1 Year Parts 1 Year In-Home Labor


The Xterra TR300 has now joined the Treadmill Doctor Reviews. We invite you to see our other treadmill reviews to help you narrow your search for your next fitness machine.


The Xterra TR300 is definitely an upgrade from the TR200 treadmill, but does it stand up to other models built by competing manufacturers? We see many of the same features and basically it all boils down to the choice of the end user…what looks good to you? Stubby arms or sleek curved arms, basic technology or high-end entertainment? Each fitness journey is different and with that in mind, we caution the purchaser to shop around before committing themselves to any particular treadmill.

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BowJ- broke after 1.5 yearsAug 12, 2019

Bought brand new. Stopped working after 1.5 years, showing error e104 (failed power search), looked under the machine = burnt connectors on the circuit board. Don't recommended, wasted money. Unhappy customer here. If I could give 0 star, I would.