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Weslo Cadence G40 Treadmill

Product Review 

Are you looking for a budget solution to help you get your daily workout goals completed? The Weslo Cadence G40 Treadmill, an inexpensive but full options machine, is perfect for you. 

The sale price for this treadmill is incredibly low at $300. Sounds like a good deal, doesn’t it?  

But before you get your expectations sky-high, this is still below a very high-quality treadmill which usually costs around $800-$900. So, instead of very good quality, this fitness treadmill offers you something else, and that is value for your money. 

The unique selling point for this treadmill is its low price and the Comfort Cell Cushioning. Not just that, its compact size can be easily fit in your workout spaces. Weslo Cadence G40 may not be the most popular treadmills on the market, however, its low price still attracts a large number of customers. 

Weslo Cadence G40 Treadmill


The Weslo G40 treadmill, which has a market price of $300, is appealing to first-time treadmill customers who, in addition to not wanting to spend too much, do not want a fitness machine that is too big. 

The treadmill is light, and compact, making it more suitable for light training workouts such as walking or jogging. It isn’t suitable for heavy running (despite the fact that it can drive up to 10 MPH). 

First-time buyers looking for a light workout and ready to pay a few hundred dollars may be fine with the Weslo Cadence G40.

Word of caution: you would not find the most desirable qualities of a treadmill in the Weslo Cadence G-40 Treadmill. 

Do not put it out of your cart yet. It is best if you are up for the following:

  1. Home  use
  2. Using it occasionally

The main features of this discounted treadmill are a 16 x 50 sized tread belt, a 2.25 Horsepower motor, and a speed upto 10 mph. 

The treadmill is not suitable for running as runner treadmills have a tread belt that is 60 inches long. In comparison to those, this treadmill is much shorter. Weslo Cadence G40 has a space saver design and because it is a folding treadmill.

Weslo Cadence G40 Treadmill Review


Yet again, don’t forget that this treadmill is for home use only.

The console of the Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill is aided with Comfort Cell Cushioning, a pulse heart rate monitor, and a blue-tinted LCD Display with a racetrack display. The console shows your speed, time, distance, pulse, and calories burned. It includes Four personal trainer presets. 

This Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill has a particularly short warranty of only 1 year for motor and 90 days warranty for the parts and labor, while most other treadmills are covered by a lifetime warranty. So, do not be surprised if the treadmill starts malfunctioning very early. Think of it as a trainee fitness machine only that you can’t keep working out on for long. 

Stability and Quality

For walking, the Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill is quite stable, but if want to run, you should be expecting unsteady moments, especially if you are a large-sized user. But then again, you should not be comparing the quality and stability of the G-40 treadmill with a much more expensive one.  

Power and Noise

The Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill has a 2.25 HP impulse motor, which is a very good deal to get at such a low price. The difference, however, is that the Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill is not continuous. Mid-level treadmills tend to work for long, but the G-40 is not suitable for this. 

The maximum weight capacity of the Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill is 250lbs. Any user who weighs near that will have to face difficulties in the working speed of the fitness machine as well as will have to bear noise too. However, for lighter weights, the machine works much better with relatively much less noise.


The treadmill does not feature most of the accessories available in a higher-priced treadmill like Bluetooth, Speakers, or even a Fan. But it’s better not to expect all of these at such a low price. However, the Weslo Cadence G40 treadmill features an easy pulse heart rate monitor and a 4-exercise personal trainer program. Plus, it offers a 3-position incline which must be adjusted manually. 

The Cadence G-40 boasts a maximum speed of 10 MPH, which is pretty impressive. Its Top-feature, however, as already mentioned, is its small size which attracts most customers who have limited space and want to train easily.

Key specifications of Cadence G 40 Treadmill

  • Star Rating of 2.31-stars 
  • Has a 2.25 HP impulse motor
  • Has a Manual Incline
  • Has a Running Area of 16 x 50
  • Foldable
  • Top Speed of up to 10 MPH with a QuickSpeed Control
  •  Weight Capacity of up to 250 LBS
  • Dimensions of 65.5″ x 28.4″ x 53.2″
  • Has 4 Built-in Workout Programs
  • Blue-tinted LCDWeslo Cadence G40 Treadmill Console

Why did we rate it low, though?


The G-40 treadmill is considerably light, but this comes with a huge con. Customer reviews suggest that its plastic frame and unsealed joints are extremely noisy when working at a medium to higher speed or have a user of larger size. Hence, it’s advisable to use some of the money you saved in buying an extra pair of good headphones.

Very small track:

A standard walking lane is 20″ wide and at least 55″ long. In comparison to that, the track on the Weslo Cadence G-40 is rather short (a track of 16″ by 50″). This can be a real deal-breaker as it can affect your performance even if you are not exceptionally tall.

Its Manual Incline:

The G-40 isn’t as dynamic as the others that you would find in the market with power ramps. Customers review its manual incline as a drawback compared to other fitness machines which are electronically adjusted. 


Customers review the worst feature of the G-40 to be its very low warranty compared to other treadmills in the market. Its warranty for only a year for the motor and 90 days for the labor and parts is the biggest concern of all buyers.

What would we recommend?

Reviews have labeled the Weslo Cadence G-40 treadmill way below standards for any beginner, budget-friendly purchase. Its small running size and low warranty are major deterrents. Combined with its low-quality parts, this machine falls way behind its market competitors. 

If you are looking for an average workout machine for a few months and then plan to dispose of it, this machine might be the one for you. Weslo Cadence G-40’s low price and compact frame may be tempting, but if you spend a little more and buy a next-level personal trainer, you would be able to get a cardio trainer that lasts much longer and gives a better overall experience. 

You can also try the ProForm brand for trainers which are quieter when operated, more engaging in terms of its programming, come with better warranties, has better customer reviews, and has several other improvements in store for you.

Weslo Cadence G40 Folding Treadmill

Fatima Ahmed

Fatima Ahmed

Fatima Ahmed is a Nutritionist currently working online and helping people to improve their health and lifestyle. Her goal is to bust the nutrition myths that have been living since ages about nutrition and certain foods. She wants people to get robust knowledge about food and health as nutrition sciences have changed over years.

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