2021 Ford Bronco Tire Sizes – What Tire Size Does the Bronco Have Off The Lot?
Wheels and tires are usually everyone’s first mod. However, you may be able to skip that step with the 2021 Ford Bronco. Long story short, some trim options on the new Bronco will offer a tire size up to 35 inches. That’s right the new Bronco is going to come stock with 35s. What does this mean for you? Well, you can leave the 35s on fresh off the lot or you can likely opt to add 36 or even 37″ tires with little to no modifications with the new 6th generation Bronco.
We can expect to see a couple of different brand tires on the new Bronco. Thanks to press images that were taken for the release of the Bronco, we know what to expect when it comes to tires on the new Ford.
Some of the images feature Good Year Wranglers, an aggressive all-terrain tire. The other brand of tire see is BF Goodrich which includes their KM3 lineup, a pretty aggressive mud terrain tire. There are also pictures floating around the internet that feature BFGs Ko2 lineup, which is another aggressive style all-terrain. Both of these tires are perfect for anyone who wants to take their new Bronco off-road.
With all tires in the 33″ – 37″ range oh, you have plenty of options. In the light duty to heavy duty tire category, there are many brands that offer some pretty outstanding tread patterns for off-roading and overlanding. Some of the most notable names in all-terrain and mud-terrain tires are Goodyear, Cooper, BFGoodrich, Toyo, General, Nitto, Kumo, Firestone, and even Treadwrights.
Off the Lot
What size tires can we expect to see the new Bronco roll off the showroom floor with?
The size tires your new Bronco comes with is going to depend on the trim package you get. But we can expect to see quite the range of tire sizes anywhere from 30″ all the way up to a staggering 35″.
Similar to a new Jeep JK or Jeep JL, fitting 37″ tires are going to be pretty simple with the 6th gen Bronco. This is where the new Bronco outperforms almost all Toyota 4Runner and Tacoma options. They just make it incredibly easy to run large tires off the lot. Which at the end of the day if you don’t want to modify the wheel well and fender well of your Toyota 4Runner or Toyota Tacoma, then the new 6th gen Bronco might be for you.
Bronco Models – Tire Size Options
- Base model – The base model will come standard with 16″ steel wheels and is wrapped with 255/70 all-terrain tires.
- Big Bend – Big Bend will come with 17″ aluminum wheels and 255\75 all-terrain tires.
- Outer Banks – The Outer Banks trim will include 18″ wheels and 255\70 sized all-terrain tires.
- Black Diamond – We really start to see an increase in tire size with the Black Diamond as it comes standard with 17″ steel wheels and 265/70 tires.
- Badlands – The Badlands will come standard with 17″ aluminum wheels and 33″ all terrains.
- Wildtrak – The Wildtrak will have a package available called the Sasquatch package which will come with 35″ mud terrains.
- First Edition – Only 3500 First Edtion models will be made and they are going to come standard with the Sasquatch package which means 35″ tires from the factory
No matter which model you get, the Bronco is without a doubt going to be very capable off-road. The fact that they have so much off-road capability is going to make them a serious competitor to Jeep and Toyota.
Which brand tire is going to come on each model? That part we don’t know for sure, but we do know the 7 different submodels available are going to offer tire sizes from 30″ all the way up to 35″. This is definitely going to put Ford on the map when it comes to off-roading.