The most compelling model of the Xterra lineup and if you want a sub $1,000 treadmill you might put this one on your list. The only shortcoming is it doesn't contain something like iFit so even though you may be getting a new treadmill with the TR600, you won't be getting the latest electronic features. Although we hit Xterra's factory Dyaco for being behind the times in regard to the latest technology, the one thing they get right is a reliably built machine at a value price and the new TR600 is no exception to this rule. The model includes upgrades in the packaging and design of the machine while putting enough quality parts in the right areas that make us confident that this machine will do well for its intended audience. To us, if you are a walker and looking for a $1,000 treadmill for regular use, this is a decent option on the market today.
|Number of Programs||7|
|Heart Rate Sensor and Type||Heart rate control and hand grip pulse sensors|
|Speed Range||0 - 12|
|Incline/Decline Range||0 - 12|
|Weight Capacity||325 Lbs|
|Belt Size||20 x 60|
|Footprint||78.7 x 35 x 54.1|
|Weight of Unit||N/A|
|Warranty||Lifetime Frame and Motor, 3Yr Deck, 1Yr Parts, 1Yr Labor|
I purchased the treadmill in 2015 and it has already died. I barely used it because I prefer to run outside.