No need to adjust tracking. If you go to wider tyres it'll feel heavier.
225 is the widest I'd run on your car. Anything else is just wasting
fuel (increased roll resistance) and reducing wet/icy weather grip.
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If the offset is different, it will make the steering heavier
If the tires are wider and or grippier, ditto.
Alignment does not change with a wheel change.
However, it may be that different wheel sizes/offsets may indicate a
deviation from the factory settings for optimal tire wear and handling.
Don't attempt this without guidance from a very good chassis guy.
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