Go Auto has expanded its presence in Alberta.

The dealer group said Tuesday it has acquired Audi Royal Oak in Calgary. With the purchase, Go Auto now has four locations in Calgary and two Audi stores in Western Canada.

The group has 66 dealerships throughout Canada and the U.S., representing 28 brands.

“We are excited to welcome Audi Royal Oak into the Go Auto family,” dealer group president Phil Abram said in a news release. “This acquisition aligns with our strategic growth plans and underscores our commitment to delivering exceptional automotive experiences in Canada and the United States.”

In the release, the group said it, “extends sincere gratitude to Murray Dorren and the Shostak family for their outstanding contributions in establishing Audi Royal Oak as a premier dealership. Their dedication to excellence and community engagement set a high standard, and we are proud to uphold their legacy.”

Go Auto added, “Special thanks are also extended to Audi Canada Inc. for their unwavering support and valued partnership.”

In April, Go Auto added its first dealership in Saskatchewan, buying Merlin Ford Lincoln and Canada West RV & Truck Centre in Saskatoon.  On March 1, Go Auto announced its acquisition of Kia West in Coquitlam, British Columbia.

That pushed its dealership count in the Lower Mainland to 13.