The new Bronco comes with either a hardtop or a soft top depending on your preferences and your budget. A hardtop roof is better when it comes to sound isolation, comfort, quality, and longevity. On the other hand, a soft top roof is cheaper, easier to store inside the car while taken off, and is better for those who enjoy driving without a roof all the time.
The most basic Ford Bronco Sport aftermarket tops and roofs are manual and can either be rolled to be removed or you need to remove them one panel at a time. This is more time-consuming and does make the entire ordeal a bit more fiddly.
However, if you want the best, most convenient systems, you ought to go for electrical self-folding roofs which can be lowered with just a press of a button.
Aftermarket roofs and tops can be made from a variety of materials, including aluminum, fiberglass, fabric, and vinyl. Consider the durability, weight, and aesthetic appearance of each material when making your choice.
Consider the climate in which you live and the intended use of the roof or top. Look for products that are weather-resistant, UV-resistant, and able to withstand harsh conditions. Also, if you are often trailing through various off-road trails, you should consider buying scratch-proof tops as well.
If it does not look nice, no matter how functional and durable it might be. So, be sure to go for a Bronco Sport roof that is going to complement the design without making the entire car look weird.