Your car is only as good as the tires on which it sits. Therefore, upgrading the tires for your Ford Bronco Sport can make the Bronco much more capable in virtually every environment. You can go for many types of tires ranging from all-season, all-terrain, touring, performance, wet, snow, mud, and extreme off-roading tires. We at Everything Bronco Aftermarket offer a wide selection of the most popular and industry-leading Ford Bronco Sport tires that are going to transform your Bronco into a completely different beast. Order yours today!

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What to Look Out for When Buying Ford Bronco Sport Tires?

Size and Fitment 

It's important to make sure you're buying the correct size of tires for your Bronco Sport. You can find this information on the tire placard located on the driver's side door jamb or in your vehicle owner's manual. However, if you already modified your Bronco, or planning to, you should also make sure that your new tires are compatible and offer enough clearance within the fenders.

Tread Type

The tread pattern can affect the tire's performance in different weather conditions. For example, a tire with an aggressive tread pattern may perform better in off-road conditions, but may not be as comfortable on the highway. On the other hand, a tire with a less aggressive tread pattern may provide better traction on wet roads, but isn’t the best for off-roading.

Load Capacity 

Make sure that the tires you choose have a load capacity that is appropriate for your Bronco Sport. This information can also be found on the tire placard or in your owner's manual. 

Tire Type

  • All-Season Tires: Suitable for most weather conditions

  • Winter Tires: Suitable for snow and ice, but can’t cope with summer temperatures

  • Performance Tires: Designed for handling, dry roads, high temperatures, and smooth roads

  • Off-road Tires: Designed for rock crawling, off-road trails, mud and gravel, and are really dependable

  • Touring Tires: Designed for comfort, highway driving, efficiency, and longevity

  • Run-Flat Tires: Designed to allow a driver to continue driving for a short distance even after a puncture or loss of air pressure