Our Ratings are 4.79 Stars out of 5 Stars from 19,210 Reviews as of 12/01/21

New Xterra Treadmill Reviews

Xterra TR300

The Xterra TR300 Is a definite upgrade to the TR200 offering 10 levels of automatic incline. The ...

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Xterra TRX 1000

Our 2021 Best Buy Fourth Place for the $400 to $699 is not the most incredible treadmill on the m...

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Xterra TR150

We are not overly impressed with any cheap treadmill but the Xterra TR150 may have some quality. ...

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Xterra TR200

While Xterra offers quite a few choices in their budget friendly offerings, we do not see the dif...

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Xterra TRX4500

The TRX4500 resembles the 3500 in build but offers upgraded features such as a larger display, la...

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Xterra TR6.4

Xterra Fitness offers low-priced, high-quality products that are not only affordable but also dur...

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Xterra TRX2500

The Xterra TRX2500 is a decent treadmill for walking at lower intensities and is the base offerin...

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Xterra TRX3500

The TRX3500 is a step-up offering in the Xterra Performance Series and comes with Bluetooth techn...

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Xterra TRX5500

The TRX5500 is the newest top of the line offering in the Xterra Performance Series. This additio...

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Older Xterra Reviews

Reviewed in 2021

Xterra TR6.6

The Xterra TR6.6 holds its ground well with other competitors in the less than $1300 price range ...

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Reviewed in 2019

Xterra TRX 4500

If you're looking for an Xterra treadmill with a good build at a decent price, then the TRX 4500 ...

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Reviewed in 2017

Xterra TR600

The most compelling model of the Xterra lineup and if you want a sub $1,000 treadmill you might p...

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Xterra TR6.6

Nice treadmill but a bit dated, the TR600 is quite an upgrade at around the same price! My guess ...

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Xterra TR800

The most expensive Xterra and quite a decent machine considering the price point. With that said ...

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Xterra TR700

The most expensive Xterra and quite a decent machine considering the price point. With that said ...

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Reviewed in 2016

Xterra TR3.0

Steer clear of this model and go with one of the 6 series if you want an Xterra machine. Too many...

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Xterra TR6.8

The most expensive Xterra and quite a good machine considering the price point. With that said it...

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Reviewed in 2014

Xterra TR6.3

*Note: The only shortcoming of this model is the short warranty compared to others in this price ...

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Reviewed in 2012

Xterra TR6.2

*Note: A strong machine for the money but faces very competitive pressure from Icon in this price...

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Xterra TR6.55

The most compelling model of the Xterra lineup and if you want the latest and greatest of the new...

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Xterra TR6.5

The best treadmill that Xterra has ever produced. If you can find it at least $500 off MSRP, jump...

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Reviewed in 2011

Xterra TR550

The most compelling model of the Xterra lineup and if you want the latest and greatest of the new...

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Xterra TR250

A rugged looking machine. The warranty is reasonable for most products but most factories are un...

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Xterra TR350

*Note: A good addition to the Xterra line and well worth considering if you can find it at a disc...

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Xterra TR450

At $1700, you are better off with a Vision but we understand that Dyaco is going to be aggressive...

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Who Manufacturers Xterra Treadmills?

General Information:This is a brand sold at Costco, online and in sporting goods stores and made by Dyaco International who also produces the Sole treadmills as well as their own Spirit brand. They are known for product innovation. Their treadmills are typically found in the mid-price ranges but Xterra is more of Dyaco's mass market brand.

Manufacturing Philosophy:Decent parts combined with a value price makes Xterra worth looking at if you are in the market for a mid-range treadmill. These face heavy competition from Dyaco's other brands, as well as Icon and Johnson.

Company Outlook : Dyaco International has wanted to be a bigger player in the US market and maybe Xterra will be the way for them to get it done. They are certainly getting the distribution to have an opportunity to do so, but only time will tell. Dyaco has been good with product support so we would expect the same for the Xterra brand.