Car Rentals Tucson
Cheap Car Rentals Tucson
Tucson is a great place for car rentals. Whether you’re looking for a luxury car, a family vehicle, or something in between, there are many rental options available.
If you’re planning to head out of town, you’ll want to find the best price on your rental car. You can do this by booking online through our website. We’ll match your needs with the best deal on the market and send it straight to your inbox!
If you’re looking for luxury cars in Tucson, we have them at rates that will make your mouth water. Our luxury cars include Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Jaguar and more! You’ll feel like royalty when you drive one of these vehicles around town.
If you’re looking for a minivan or SUV to take on your next trip with all of your kids or grandkids in tow, then we have what you need here at [company name]. We have everything from Dodge Caravans to Chevy Suburbans so that no matter how many people are coming along with you on your trip (or even if you just need room for all their stuff), we’ve got exactly what you need!
Tucson, Arizona is the second largest city in the state and the county seat of Pima County. Tucson is located in the southern part of Arizona, near the border with Mexico. The city’s name means “at the base of the black mountain” in Spanish, a reference to nearby Santa Catalina Mountains. Tucson was incorporated in 1877, making it one of the oldest communities in Arizona.
The city was founded by William Kirkland, who came to Arizona Territory from Illinois with his family in 1858. He discovered gold in 1863, and established a mining camp on what is now known as Strawberry Hill (now part of downtown). After years of success as a miner, he turned his attention to ranching and farming livestock.
In 1880, he built a home at what is now 311 N. Stone Avenue. The house still stands today and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an example of 19th-century architecture. In 1883, Kirkland sold this property to Jacob Freudenthaler, who built a store there that served as Tucson’s first post office until 1884 when it moved across town where it still stands today at 204 E. Congress Street.