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Xterra TR6.4 Treadmill Review

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How long will the Xterra TR6.4 last?

The Xterra TR6.4 lift assist means you can fold with ease after your workout. It weighs 209 pounds, but no worries – it is heavy duty enough that even 325 lbs. max users will be able to walk with ease. With a lifetime warranty on the frame and motor, Xterra is putting faith in the longevity of this treadmill. The 3-year warranty on the deck is also nice, but the 1 year on parts comes across as stingy even though the 1-year labor is standard at this price. With proper maintenance, a moderate user should see quite a few years of life with this machine.

Brief Overview

Xterra Fitness offers low-priced, high-quality products that are not only affordable but also durable and easy to use for most all levels of fitness seekers. The Xterra TR6.4 carries a formidable lifetime warranty on both the motor and frame which is a great advantage in the disposable age we live in today and with a simple search online you can find multiple sites that offer discounted prices which can offer an advantage if one is budget-challenged.

Overall Quality

The Xterra TR6.4 treadmill is a great machine for people who are not yet ready to invest in a more expensive treadmill. It still has many of the features found on higher end treadmills but without the high price tag. With 12 levels of incline, you can make your workout much harder or easier depending on what you are looking for. The TR6.4 also has a 2.75 horsepower motor, so it is strong enough to be used by most people who are at least somewhat athletic. The motor offers a standard .5-12 MPH speed range and there is a 20” x 58” running surface, which will allow most walkers to moderate joggers enough room for a decent sized stride. The TR6.4 also has several convenience features that make it easy to use. It has built in speakers, a 6.5" LCD display with a heart rate sensor (via the included handgrips). There is also an accessory tray on the front of the treadmill with space for the various things we need while we exercise. It also includes a cup holder just in case you want to bring your favorite beverage with you for the workout.

Things we like

  • warranty on frame and motor
  • weight capacity

Things we dislike

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    standard treadmill offering


Power Source 110V Cord/Outlet
Motor 2.75 HP
Speed Range 0.5 to 12 mph
Incline 12 Levels of Electronic
Display LCD blue/Backlit
Display Size 5.4" x 3.4" (6.5" diag.)
Belt 2 ply, 1.6 mm
Step-Up Height 5.8"
Running Surface 20" x 58"
Running Deck Thickness 18 mm
Direct Speed Buttons 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 mph
Direct Incline Buttons 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 Incline
Set-Up Dimensions 75.2"L x 35"W x 54.1"H
Folded Dimensions 49.6"L x 35"W x 64.4"H
Weight 209.4 lb
Max User Weight Capacity 325 lb
Feedback Program Profile, Time, Speed, Pace, Distance, Calories, Incline, and Pulse
Programs 5 Preset, 2 Custom, 1 Manual


Lifetime Frame Lifetime Motor 3 Years Deck 1 Year Parts 1 Year In-Home Labor


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The Xterra TR6.4 is a solid offering in the less than $1000 category. The features are not quite as far into the 21st century as we would like, but the lifetime warranty on the frame and motor make this treadmill a quality purchase. The technology is lacking but the TR6.4 has other standard attributes that make it comparable to other treadmills in this price range. Also keep in mind, proper maintenance and care will add to the life of any treadmill you purchase.