Tanink Ghana Takes Delivery Of Latest Jeep, Dodge And Chrysler Vehicles

Automobile giant, Tanink Ghana, has taken delivery of its first batch of the latest models of luxury Jeeps, Dodge and Chrysler vehicles. The company, which until now only dealt in Fiat, Alfa Romeo, and Iveco vehicles, late last year acquired the franchise to add the top range luxury vehicles to its fleet of offerings. Currently sitting in Tanink’s redesigned, custom-made showrooms are the roaring Dodge Durangos, the sexy, classy Chrysler 300Cs, the Jeep Compass, and the Grand Cherokees awaiting a grand launch on June 12 at the company’s plush building off the Accra-Tema Motorway. Managers say all three brands – Jeep, Chrysler and Dodge – have a touch of everything from sleek to tough, smart to sexy, and rugged to plain luxury. They say the arcane details of the vehicles will be revealed at the unveiling ceremony next week. But consistent with its iconic status, the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been reloaded in the most unimaginable ways. Experts say the most significant drive train news is the adoption of a ZF-engineered eight-speed automatic for the Grand Cherokee but some have disagreed on this point. They insist that the new Eco button in the Cherokee that alters the gearbox shift schedule and throttle sensitivity for optimal fuel economy is the game changer. The Sales Manager at Tanink, Mr. Cyril Kumedzro, maintains 24 gallons of fuel can take the Grand Cherokee on a round trip to Tamale. “This is the most economical 4x4 vehicle you can find on the market today,” he stated. Marty Padgett, a juror for the North American Car and Truck of the Year awards agrees. He says “For 2014, [the Grand Cherokee] gains a new turbo diesel engine option, which gives it better highway fuel economy than some luxury sedans we can name.”