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
Preferred For : Daily Commute
45% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Overall Very good bike as comparison to bajaj pulsar , Yamaha in this price range.One measure drawback in this bike that one is its rear tyre width is less.More and more chances of slippage at the time of breaking.
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..
This is an very impressive bike it's looks and graphics are very impressive.for an old bike. I'm running this bike from 6 years. But no changes in the performance of this bike
Overall bike is good you u r looking for millage in 150 cc and ride comfort but it lacks in headlight performance.
Worst bike in my life.dont buy this bike.the engine valves damage within 3 months and it"s have a lot of problems
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