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Gold Key Langley reopens under Volkswagen name

Langley City Mayor Peter Fassbender welcomes Gold Key Volkswagen with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening gala.   - Tammy Berry/Langley Times
Langley City Mayor Peter Fassbender welcomes Gold Key Volkswagen with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening gala.
— image credit: Tammy Berry/Langley Times

When Pontiac vehicles stopped production in 2009, the owners of Gold Key Pontiac Buick on the Langley Bypass began looking for a new brand they could offer the community.

After much anticipation, last Thursday (May 10), the dealership officially unveiled their new renovated location for Gold Key Volkswagen at a grand opening gala.

Technically, the lot has been selling Volkswagen and Isuzu since June of 2010, but renovations have kept staff working from trailers. Now that the building is complete, Gold Key Langley is offering full services including in-house leasing, sales services, repairs, and commercial sales for customers throughout the region.

“Gold Key is proud to be in the community of Langley.

“We saw it as an opportunity for Volkswagen to have a chance to grow out here,” said General Manager Oliver Sea.

“Langley is growing up now, and once people start driving Volkswagens, they will realize how fun they are to drive.”

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