Tucson, AZ Cars


2022 Hyundai Tucson Luggage Test | How much cargo space?

The Hyundai Tucson used to be one of the smallest compact SUVs, but not any more. With the Venue and Kona now below, it has leapfrogged much of its competition to indeed become of the biggest compact SUVs. This can be seen in its 41.3 inches of back seat legroom (the CR-V has 40.4), and since this is the luggage test after all, its 38.7 cubic-feet of cargo space with the back seat raised. This falls right in between the Honda CR-V at 39.2 and Toyota RAV4 at 37.5. As I discovered in my luggage test comparison of those two, there was effectively no capability difference between the two: mostly the CR-V's cargo area is taller, the RAV4's longer.
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Tucson Tech: Advanced battery maker ready to tackle electric vehicle market

Tucson-based Sion Power Corp. is rolling out its high-performance lithium-metal battery to the world, with plans to supply the electric-vehicle industry from a new manufacturing plant in the Old Pueblo. After working to perfect its advanced lithium battery technology in Tucson for decades, Sion recently announced the commercial availability of...

Introducing: Cyclovia Remix

Cyclovia Remix commemorates ten years of Open Streets* in Tucson. From October 2021 through March 2022, explore different routes from Cyclovia’s past and celebrate the people and places that have brought this event to life for a decade (that means you)!. In response to community input, this remix of the...
Green Valley News and Sun

Mister Car Wash and more: Projects get construction permits

Several construction permits have been granted for projects in Sahuarita. •Mister Car Wash at the southwestern corner of Sahuarita Road and Rancho Sahuarita Boulevard. •A self-storage center on Rancho Sahuarita Boulevard next to the northern Rural/Metro fire station. •An oral surgery center northwest of Panda Express on Sahuarita Road.

2022 Hyundai Creta Facelift Front And Rear Detailed In New Render

Hyundai Creta is due to receive a facelift next year which would involve a comprehensive overhaul of its design. The updated Creta will wear a starkly different attire from its predecessor and is likely to share a close visual resemblance with the more premium Tucson. The compact SUV made its...

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson Has 3 Drawbacks to Think About

Have you seen the new Hyundai Tucson? It has really upped its game with a unique style, enhanced tech, and more value. However, before buying the 2022 Hyundai Tucson, there are three potential drawbacks to think about. Is the 2022 Hyundai Tucson worth buying?. Yes, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson is...
Nogales International

Entrepreneurial couple offers auto detailing – with an artisan handbag

When Jonathan Alan Cerezo and Johana Lisyozari Cerezo met in 2017, they were working the night shift together at a nursing home in Green Valley. Four years later, they’re working together again. But now they’re married, with three young children, and they work for themselves. The young Rio Rico couple...

Watch now: Tucson Fire Dept. revs up restored 1923 fire truck

Tucson Fire Department's nearly 100-year-old Ladder 1 truck was unveiled today after a revamp by the Tucson Fire Restoration Team. The team of retired Tucson firefighters spent five years restoring the 1923 American LaFrance truck, according to a Thursday Twitter post by TFD. Video courtesy Tucson Fire Department.

Tucson company to produce new EV battery

TUCSON -- A Tucson-based manufacturer plans to introduce a new high-capacity rechargeable battery targeting the electric vehicle industry. Sion Power, which produces lithium-metal rechargeable batteries, says it will s introduce its Licerion rechargeable battery at The Battery Show North America in Novi, Michigan in September. The 17 Ah Licerion Electric Vehicle (EV) cell boasts over 400 Wh/kg and 810 Wh/L in a large-format pouch cell. The company has specifically designed Licerion-EV for next-generation electric vehicle applications, focusing on high energy density, increased cycle life, safety, and fast charging capability.

Enjoy These Free Car Shows Around Tucson

August is nearly over and it is already time to look ahead to upcoming Fall events in and around Tucson. When I moved to the area a few years back I noticed that Tucson has a robust car culture. People really love cars. From luxurious high-end cars, sports cars, and classic cars, there is no shortage of fun vehicles to watch for on the streets. Coming in September there are a few car shows around town that are free to attend and fun for the whole family.