New VAIS SiriusXM Adapter for Honda

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Press Release: ENGLEWOOD, CO–VAIS Technology has released new satellite radio integrated solutions specifically designed for 2023 Honda Civic, Accord, HRV and CRV vehicles. This solution allows owners of these models to add SiriusXM satellite radio to their existing factory stereo, without compromising factory functionality.

The new kits are also compatible with the VAIS GSR-UV01 (universal programming unit) which can be flashed using online software to work with various car models. This allows dealers to stock only one interface for almost all applications.

The new adapter connects directly to the original factory radio and allows the vehicle owner to listen to satellite radio through the existing factory system. The VAIS integrated solution also allows for full control of satellite radio functions – changing stations, setting presets, steering wheel functions, etc.

VAIS EVP Dennis Hopper, said, “While satellite radio is more popular than ever, many new OEM vehicles still don’t come equipped from the factory with satellite tuners. For 2023 several more OEM’s have removed satellite tuners from their platforms. Over the last few years Hyundai, Mazda, Kia, Jeep, Honda and Ford have removed satellite tuners from their base model vehicles. VAIS Technology develops simple, easy to install integrated solutions that add satellite radio, but preserve factory functions.”

The GSR-HD07 is currently shipping at $349.99 with SXV300 tuner included.


About VAIS Technology: Founded in 2003, VAIS Technology offers a wide variety of automotive accessories, including SiriusXM add-on adapters, kits for adding a Bluetooth music streaming, Push Button Start kits, and SEER Passive Keyless Entry. All VAIS Technology products are built to OEM standards and are designed to offer seamless functionality for best user experience. VAIS Technology products come with one-year warranty and do not affect OEM warranties. Visit to learn more.

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