Crap I didn't even think about ride quality, thats a huge reason behind the suspension setup I have.
Man, load C 32-33" size in metric or otherwise, not as many options as I'd like
There are some great 32 x 10.5 R16 options in P & C.
i.e. - there are some great brands of 265/75R16 load P & C tires.
Here are some I like:
Cooper AT3 (load C)
Hercules AT2 (load C)
Duratrac (load C)
Mastercraft Courser CT (load C)
However, this is a really heavy duty load C that has stiff sidewalls for a load C. So it rides a bit rougher than the tires I mentioned previously.
Toyo AT2 (P)
Hankook ATM (P)
There might be other brands offering 265/75R16 P and/or C. I mentioned the ones I'm aware of, which also happen to be tires I like. I'm sure there are more brands offering all season tires. There might be more brands offering all terrain tires too.
All brands offer 265/75R16 in D and/or E. Recently a few brands also started offering them in P and/or C.
I prefer load C
because deeper tread than P and arguably tougher than P, and C are lighter and ride better than D or E.
There are good 245/75R16C and 265/75R16C tires if you look for them. Browse tire sizes and specs at each manufacturers' website to find them.
There are also some 255/75R17C tires. That's a true 32" tall x 10 wide. Though I don't recommend 17" wheels (to heavy IMO).
It's no longer necessary to use R15 tires to get P or C at 31 or 32" tall.
Some tire manufacturers have started to address the fact that many small SUV owners have 16" wheels and want to use 31 or 32" tires and need P or load C.
It's possible there might be other new R16 sizes in P or load C that I didn't mention (and don't know about).
I recently bought 16x7 stock Icon wheels so I can (in future) run a 245/75R16C tire.