Ok so the wheels you're looking at will not fit your current tires, you will have to get new tires.
As for the wheels fitting the car, it still depends on the offset and the tire size. The new wheels are 3.5-4" wider which is a lot. Turn your car to where it's closest to the fender and see how much room you have from the tire to the fender (or bumper, which ever is closer).
Then you'll need to find out your offset, sometimes the wheels have them on the back side of the spokes. Offset it measured from the centerline of the wheel to the hub mounting surface. Sometimes it's easier to measure backspacing. All you do here is run a straight edge on top of the wheel, then measure from the hub mounting surface up to the straight edge. Let's say that is 4" and you had 3.5" from your tire to fender (or bumper). The new wheels would have to be at least 4.5" back spacing. Also look to see if your tire is close to the frame rail at all while at full lock. If it is you'll have to keep that measurement in mind because you don't want to rub anything.
Let's say your stock set up is 4" back spacing and 3.5" from tire to fender (or bumper). Now at full lock you only have 1.5" from the tire to the frame rail (or closest rubbing point). This only gives you 5" of moving space total, the new wheels re 4" wider so if they have the right offset you'll just barely squeeze by. These aren't numbers from your car, just an example.