Originally Posted by Todd3.6
Probably your best bet is to go with the factory (or similar) 18" wheel with the 265/60R18 OEM size tires.
You would not have to worry about your speedo being incorrect.
I'm running Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure with Kevlar tires and I think they look great. And they perform great too. I've now driven in summer, rain (including a massive downpour), and winter snow and they perform great in all conditions.
The Goodyear tread is 1" wider than the OEM 18" Michelins and weight about 4lbs more per tire. I lost about 1mpg around town, but still get 25mpg on the highway (same as with the OEM tires).
Another good option would be Michelin LTX AT2 tires.
The LTX AT2 is notably noisier than the LTX MS2 [now the premier IIRC] with less tread life and no noticeable increase in traction for mud, grass, mild trails, and worse traction than the MS2 on water/sleet.
If you can find the Nokian WRG at a decent price, several folks here seem to like them.
I'm considering the Pirelli Scorpion Verde as it is less expensive than the Michelin Premier LTX... but I have tried several other tires and keep coming back to the LTX [Premier] MS2 as the go to for spring/summer/fall use.
Winter--Nokian Studs. If they aren't legal in some state, I don't move there.
Noisy, but you have to be lunatic crazy to get in trouble with them.