Set the area to Tucson, wilderness to Pusch (if you like a lot of up and down, or AEG) and month to November. Adjust the mileage and feet as desired. Wilderness of Rocks is the top of Mt Lemmon, but it doesn't appear to be in the dex.
I recommend Mt Kimball via Finger Rock.
The Catalina Highway, as it is locally known, is officially called the General Hitchcock Highway. It's a fun drive, and it is free to drive. You'll only need a pass if you stop to hike and park the car. A parks pass, if you have one, will cover you for a Catalina Pass, or Coronado Pass, or whatever the FS calls it. The Catalina Mountains are one of the best ranges in the nation. Not a Sierra Nevada or Teton Range, but beautiful and in an urban area there is a ton of stuff to chose from. Even though parking can be limited, a space will open up, and most people don't go very far past a trailhead on anything but the easiest of hikes.
Wrightson would meet the requirement of <2 hours of driving, and it is paved access. It will be somewhat crowded (it was when I did it last year at this time), but if it is cold, the crowds will be thinner. Josephine Saddle is a turn around for many a low lander, and so too is the next Saddle, Baldy Saddle.http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=158
It is doubtful you'll require traction for Wrightson or any other hike.
If you want a peak Wrightson is your best best for 360 degree views that will extend into old Mexico. Kimball is a good one for being close to the Pueblo, and if you want a real hardcore hike, try the Catalina State Park to Mount Lemmon. You'll get at least 7600' of elevation gain if you just hike up hill, but that requires a shuttle. It's super fun, though.