One of India's largest two wheeler manufacturer's Hero MotoCorp Ltd.
(HCML) launched their new Achiever 150 motorcycle for a starting price of Rs.
61,800 (ex-showroom Delhi). The company aims to expand its presence in the
150cc segment with this launch and is also planning to launch more products in
the 150-200cc range soon.
The new Achiever 150 comes with a 149.1cc, air cooled, 4 stroke,
single cylinder, BS-IV compliant engine and will also get Hero's i3S idle
start/ stop technology. The engine produces 13.4bhp at 8000rpm and 12.8Nm of
torque at 5000rpm. The bike will get options for self and kick start along with
features like an analog digital speed-o-meter with a side stand indicator,
larger fuel tank as well as a new seat profile and texture. The bike also gets
a first in class Automatic Headlamp On (AHO) feature adding to the safety
aspect of the two wheeler.
The Hero Achiever 150 will be offered in a disc and drum variant.
The disc brake variant has been priced at Rs. 62,800 (ex-showroom Delhi). In
terms of design and styling the bike features new head lamps and winkers, large
visor, bulging fender and a cowl with new graphics. The bike will be offered in
three colours -- Panther Black Metallic, Candy Blazing Red and Ebony Grey Metallic.
Hero also launched a Limited Edition Achiever 150 to commemorate the landmark
70 million cumulative production which incidentally coincides with India's 70th
year of Independence.
Pawan Munjal, Chairman, Managing Director & CEO, Hero MotoCorp
Ltd., said, "The launch of the new next generation Achiever 150 is a
reiteration of our strong focus on developing new, technologically superior and
youthful products across segments for our customer in India and across the
globe. As the dominant market leader in both 100cc and 125cc segment in the
domestic market, we are now looking at expanding our presence in the premium
segment as well and the new Achiever 150 is a move in that direction".
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