Size and fitment are crucial which means that you can only go for tires that are the correct size and can fit within your car’s wheel arches without any limitations. This includes the wheel diameter, bolt pattern, and offset, as well as the tire size, aspect ratio, and load rating.
Consider the driving conditions you will be encountering, such as paved roads, off-road trails, or extreme weather conditions. This will affect the type of tire you should choose, such as all-terrain, mud-terrain, or snow tires. On the other hand, if you primarily drive your Bronco on the highway, you should consider going for touring tires.
Let’s face it, the main reason why most people upgrade their wheels and tires is to portray a specific image and make the car look a certain way. This means that those who love off-road aesthetics are likely going to prefer fat tires with utility-looking wheels while performance tuners are more into low-profile wheels and tires.
Consider your performance needs, such as cornering grip, handling, and braking performance. This will affect the type of tire you should choose, such as high-performance summer tires, touring tires, or all-season tires.
If you are using your Bronco Sport as a daily driver (which most people are) you should also pay close attention to your overall comfort. This means that you should consider a wheel & tire combination that isn’t going to make your Bronco Sport unbearably stiff and load on the road.