Trying to compare the Nordictrack 1750 vs 2450 treadmills?
Wondering which is best for you?
Here’s a quick video showing you the key differences between them – see below the video for a more expanded comparison:
Nordictrack 1750 vs 2450 Treadmill
#1 Console Size
Both of these treadmills give you the very cool, full-color, touch-screen, HD console screen. It’s like having an interactive TV in your treadmill.
You can use this to run trails all over the world – from Paris to Hawaii – with iFit Coach.
You can also use this to take high-energy fitness classes right from your treadmill console.
However there is one big difference here – the Nordictrack 1750 treadmill console is 10 inches across – seen below:
And the Nordictrack 2450 treadmill console is larger at 14 inches across – seen below.
So this means that the larger screen will be easier and more enjoyable to watch on the Nordictrack 2450 model.
#2 Motor Power
The motor is the heart of your treadmill. You want a strong motor – especially if you have an extra-long, extra-wide belt as you do on the Nordictrack 1750 and 2450.
While the Nordictrack 1750 carries a very respectable 3.75 HP motor, the Nordictrack 2450 treadmill goes one step up to a stronger 4.0 HP motor.
So it can take a bit more abuse than the 1750 – and still run without breaking a sweat.
As of this writing anyways, there’s about a $200 price difference between these two models. The Nordictrack 2450 runs around $1999 with Free Shipping here.
You can get the Nordictrack 1750 for around $200 less with Free Shipping here.
So from a budget perspective the Nordictrack 1750 is a bit more attractive.
So those are the key differences between the Nordictrack 1750 vs 2450 treadmills. Note that this only applies to the 2019 models. Older models may have some other differences between them.
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