2013~2016 Upsize wheel advice for Mazda CX-5?

Old wheels bent, getting new ones, budget is less than or equal to around $1000 for a set

Long story short hit a patch of glaze ice and slid horizontally into a curb and the driver's side front and rear wheels are bent (Enkei Ts-10 17” +45 offset). I've been looking for a new set of wheels and tires for my car (2016 Mazda CX-5 sport AWD) and want bigger wheels than 17” to better fill out the gap (maybe like 19's or 20's). I also need good all-season tires with the least road noise possible. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thank you in advance.

(something like this image is my desired look)
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yrwei52

2016 Mazda CX-5 GT AWD w/Tech Pkg
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Plano, Texas, USA
If you want to better fill out the gap, bigger wheels only won’t be able to do it. You have to make the overall diameter bigger than 28.9" on road tires. This means you’re going to change the geometry of the suspension, ruin the vehicle speed reading by sensors which is used by many on-board computer calculations. Bigger tires / wheels may also rub the suspension, as my stock 225/55R19 tires at front have already showed the sign of rubbing the struts.

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If you have bent driver side wheels after the sliding, you may also have bent something in suspension.