Check the tire size and wheel diameter to ensure they match the manufacturer's recommended specifications. Pay close attention to the bolt pattern (5x108) as this can’t be altered without aftermarket adapters. Also, go for a package that will fit your wheel arches fully and will not intrude or scrape against the bodywork.
Consider the performance features you want in your tires and wheels, such as improved handling, traction, or off-road capability. Look for packages that offer the specific features you need based on your driving needs. Therefore, if you spend most of your time off the beaten path, an off-road package is exactly what you need.
Even though wheels and tires do have their primary functional role, no one wants to buy a wheel and tire package that does not look good. In this realm, you can go for silver, gray, or black colors while the most popular finishes are satin, chrome, gloss, or diamond cut. It’s best to avoid chrome if you want to use these off-road.
If you want to make your Bronco Sport as road compliant as possible, you should go for larger tires and smaller wheels. On the other hand, if you want your Bronco to be as sharp as possible, you can go for lower-profile wheels. Lastly, do keep in mind that some tires can last longer than others, and do account that into the price.