Hardtop roofs can be made from different materials such as fiberglass, aluminum, and steel. Consider the durability, weight, and aesthetic appearance of each material when making your choice. If you want to take your Bronco off-road, aluminum and steel are likely your best choices.
Consider the climate in which you live and the intended use of the hardtop roof. If you want to take your Bronco Sport off-road, go for durable panels that can withstand water, mud, dirt, and debris. If you live in a sun-covered area, it’s a really good idea to go for a hard top that is UV-resistant and protected against high-temperature degradation.
If you live in a colder climate or plan to use your Ford Bronco Sport in the winter, consider a hardtop roof with insulation to keep the interior warm and comfortable with the lowest possible heat dissipation. On the other hand, if you want to make your Bronco Sport as quiet as possible, go for a hard top with lots of sound-deadening materials added.
Consider the overall aesthetic appearance of the hardtop roof and how it will complement the look of your Ford Bronco Sport. Look for products that come in a variety of colors and finishes to match your vehicle's exterior. Don’t be shy to go for more daring colors, but try to keep the entire experience as coherent as possible.