Audi set to open its doors

Audi Langley opens Feb. 6, official grand opening expected sometime this spring

The newest addition to the growing number of new luxury car dealerships in Langley is set to open its doors next week.

“Audi has a new look, a new image, and this (dealership) will be the first one in western Canada,” said Oliver Sea, the general manager of Audi Langley.

“It is quite the showpiece.”

Audi Langley is open for business on Wednesday (Feb. 6).

An official grand opening is slated for sometime this spring, Sea said.

The dealership, which is just over 30,000 square footage and features a dozen cars, is located at 5955 Collection Drive, as part of the Langley Auto Collection.

The Collection is a high-end auto mall at the corner of Glover Road and the Langley Bypass.

Audi Langley is part of the GoldKey dealership group and they now have four locations — a pair of Volkswagen dealers, Langley Volkswagen and White Rock Volkswagen, GoldKey Isuzu and now Audi Langley.

The Langley Auto Collection already features BMW-Mini Cooper and Open Road Infiniti, with Mercedes set to open later this year.

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