The tires are slightly less diameter than your first ones, but still the same width, which is not the best for snow and ice.
A 225 would still be a better choice for winter conditions, but if you're looking for a free set, then I guess beggars can't be choosers!
Note that they're not runflat, so if you get a flat, you're stuck.
I have no idea what those wheels are. The issue would be to get wheels that have close to stock offset so there is no interference lock to lock.
Poke around on the Google to see if you can identify which wheels they are, and see if the specifications are close to that of the stock wheels you have.