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Rs. 61,800
Discontinued Model since 1 Apr 2020

About Hero Achiever

Hero MotoCorp's 150cc power-commuter offering, the Achiever is an affordable offering in the budget 150cc class. Sophisticated looks and comfy ergonomics means it’s a suitable set of wheels for city and highway tracking for those looking for a bit more grunt in their machines without heavily compromising on fuel efficiency.

Hero Achiever Overview

Hero MotoCorp also announced that the new GST tax has reduced prices for its two-wheelers ranging from Rs 400 to Rs 1,800 for its mass market two-wheelers depending on the state of purchase and model.Hero MotoCorp launched the all-new Achiever 150 at a sticker price of Rs 61,800 for the drum brake version. The disc brake version of the Achiever, a bike which has been completely developed in the country, has been priced at Rs 62,800 (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The next-gen Achiever will be powered by the 149cc air-cooled single cylinder, BS IV-compliant engine that has been refined to churn out 13.6PS of maximum power and 12.8Nm of peak torque; as power will be transmitted via a 5-speed transmission

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Q. What is the performance of the bike - Achiever?
  • Not great. Only normal. It lacke riding comfort. Due to high seat position.
  • Good for daily commuting. Pick up, mileage and handling is good. You can not except more than this from a 150cc commuter bike.
  • Straight up power ànd great handeling
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Q. Dose achiever have drum break and what is the mileage?
  • I m using achiver plz don't but if you won't wanna waist your money
  • It has disc brake in front and drum in rear. My achiever (11 months old) is giving 51+ mileage in city roads. Sometime it gives 53-55 kmpl mileage.
  • Rear breaks are drum but front in disk
Q. Which one is best for fuel consumption Glamour or acheiver
  • My Achiever is 18 months old and it gives me 51-56 kmpl in city roads. Glamour might have better mileage but keep in mind that achiever is a 150cc bike while glamour is 125cc. And I think Achiever does a commendable job when it comes to mileage.
  • Glamer
  • Glamor 55kmpl
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Q. Sir kindly suggest me for achiever 150 or honda unicorn 150?
  • Hero Achiever Price starts from Rs. 65,900 and Honda CB Unicorn 150 Price starts from Rs. 71,776. The claimed mileage for the Hero Achiever is 51.8 kmpl and for the Honda CB Unicorn 150 is 37.4 kmpl. Hero Achiever is available in 7 different colours while Honda CB Unicorn 150 comes with 7 colours. In technical specifications, Hero Achiever is powered by 149.1 cc engine whereas Honda CB Unicorn 150 is powered by 149.2 cc engine. The primary difference is the presence of i3s on the Achiever and a monoshock rear suspension on the Unicorn. The Achiever 150 gets a heel-and-toe shifter while the Unicorn employs a toe-only shifter which is set too close to the footpeg for comfort. And while both bikes have comfortable upright ergonomics and ample knee recesses, you do get the sensation of being cosseted more comfortably in the Unicorn than on the Achiever. This slight variation in power figures, coupled with the lower rolling resistance from the skinny tyres and the six-kilo weight advantage of the Achiever, is evident in the performance figures. From standstill, the Achiever 150 will sprint to 60kmph and 100kmph in 5.95 and 17.45 seconds, while the Unicorn 150 will accomplish the same in 6.05 and 18.97 seconds respectively. Let loose and free on open roads, the Achiever 150 will return 61.07 kilometres to the litre with i3s on. Bring it into the confines of the city and that figure drops down to 51.8kmpl, giving it an overall fuel efficiency figure of 54.11 kmpl as per our testing methodology. In the same conditions, the CB Unicorn 150 will return 57.18 kmpl and 48.7 kmpl, giving it an overall figure of 50.82kmpl. Looking at these points you can yourself decide which bike delivers as per your preference.
  • Both are very good commuter bikes. But you should go with honda unicorn 160. Because it is still under production from Honda and has its BS6 version also.
  • Achiever ABS version is not launched yet. So there is no option for CB Unicorn 150 right now. Otherwise Achiever is more pocket friendly and gives you more Value for Money.
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Q. Want to purchase bike/scooter with average 50 kmpl mileage what will be you prefer for me - Achiever?
  • I suggest you a Honda unicorn would give you 50 kmpl in daily communication
  • In 150 CC, Hero Achiever can give you 15 Kmpl mileage. Below 150cc there are many options available.
  • Yes
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Q. What is the performance of the bike - Achiever?
  • Not great. Only normal. It lacke riding comfort. Due to high seat position.
  • Good for daily commuting. Pick up, mileage and handling is good. You can not except more than this from a 150cc commuter bike.
  • Straight up power ànd great handeling
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Hero Achiever User Reviews

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  • 2.6

    Good 👍 for middle class family

  • 4.6

    mileage is 55kmpl..I am really happy with my hero Achiver.

  • 3.8

    want to exchange it ,for not availablity of parts in time.

  • 5.0

    111****111 11 priyansu ka h ye b***s

  • 4.6

    Just go ahead for hero Achiever with stylish and mileage but maintain cost is too high for you every part of your bike not found on time

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  • 1.0

    worst engine quality for a bike of 150cc started making noise after 30000kms. engine opened after 50000kms by untrained workers of hero service centre who forgot to nail the nuts alongwith damaging the electric wiring of bike leading to non function of self ignition. this bike is for person above 50yrs who run at speed of 40 to 50 for a total distance of not more than 5 kms at a time above that distance engine starts making noise.never buy bike of heromotocorp there after sales service is also poor they start misbehaving after free service is over. forgot about the 5yr warranty which company declares is never given. I lost my money on this bike beware of this company

  • 4.2

    Its an amazing bike for a person who want safety and comfort journey then please this bike is very good. Style is not bad Mileage is also ok , Sound is nice but clutch cable need to change after 3 to 6 months..

  • 4.2

    It is a good commuter bike. The comfort level is very good. I am using it for 8 years for the daily commute and occasional tours. mileage is 42 in my case.

  • 3.4

    It's a really good bike, If you are someone who love to ride splendor or glamour but need more power.You should test ride it for atleast one time.

  • 3.8

    Mileage and comfort is good , but look is not good. It has good braking and maintenance cost is also low. Good response from service centre also.

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