If you’ve been curious about the Hyundai Tucson this year, you’re not the only one. According to Google’s Year in Search, the Hyundai Tucson was one of the top trending car models of 2015.

The analytics behind this news are pretty cool. For one thing, outside of Arizona—for obvious reasons—the most interest in the Hyundai Tucson seems to come from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. And online interest peaked in early September, just after Labor Day, with people searching terms like “2016 Tucson” and “Tucson Hyundai 2015.”

So why are people so interested in the Hyundai Tucson? At your San Diego Hyundai dealer, Kearny Mesa Hyundai, we have our hunches why. For one, as we’ve told you before, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently named the 2016 Hyundai Tucson a Top Safety Pick+, along with its cousin, the 2016 Hyundai Sonata.

The 2016 Hyundai Tucson may seem all about safety, with features like the Lane Departure Warning system and rear parking sensors. And don’t get us wrong. Safety is very important to Hyundai and to the team at Kearny Mesa Hyundai. But we’re also big fans of convenience and comfort, and you don’t have to sacrifice either with the Hyundai Tucson.

The Hyundai Tucson, sold at San Diego’s Kearny Mesa Hyundai, comes with a hands-free Smart Liftgate to make accessing its cargo space that much easier, which, by the way, there’s a lot of. Count it… 61.9 cubic feet of space when you fold down the 60/40-split rear seatbacks. There’s also handy little features like a retractable hook on the rear seatback, designed to hold shopping bags in place, as well as bottle holders in the door panels and a storage tray for the rear cargo space. In other words, you’ve got places to store all your belongings when you’re on the go.

Plus, with an available touchscreen navigation system, it’s that much easier to go wherever you want. Thanks to NavTraffic, you even have access to information about real-time road conditions. That means help getting to your destination sooner. But with all the comforts of the Hyundai Tucson—ventilated and heated front seats, anyone?—you might not want to get out.