Hero Achiever is an entry level 150cc bike which is still unrecognised in the much populated bike market of India. It's been struggling for almost seven years and Hero is still not ready to give up. They have recently launched the refreshed version of this bike and this time they hope for different and beneficial results.When (Achiever)it comes to styling, this bike stands nowhere close to its other rivals. Its bland looks have always kept buyers away from it. Achiever looks like any other regular commuter bike with no visual charm. The Achiever refreshed version is almost a copy of the original bike and apart from different stickers and graphics, there is nothing much which differentiates it from its previous generation.
Achiever have Few noticeable changes include black finishing on alloy wheels, silencer, front forks and engine. The restyled tinted visor goes well with its headlight. From sideways, there is nothing on this bike which will excite you. Its orange coloured side indicators and silver finished leg guard also doesn't go well with its styling. One can't opt for this bike for its looks and till now this has been the biggest reason for its failure. After so many years, Hero should have worked more on its styling to make it competitive. Achiever is very basic and aged in terms of appearance. The Achiver's 149cc engine produces 13.4bhp and 12.8Nm of torque and is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
The Achiever gets snazzy decals on the fuel tank and body panels. It gets discs at the front, five spoke alloy-wheels and a 12.5 litre fuel tank with a usable range of 2.3 litres. It is 2,040mm long, 760mm wide and 1,120mm tall and has a ground clearance of 160 mm. It is available in five shades- black, candy blazing red, palace muroon, magnetic blue, force silver metallic.