These types of offers are usually pre-screened through your credit report and are not guaranteed financing offers. If you look closely at the offer it will probably tell you that you will need a down payment and your interest rate is going to be high. The dealership will probably be able to get you into some vehicle. Just not necessarily the vehicle you would choose and at terms that are not friendly.
Be very careful of these kinds of offers. Evaluate your vehicle needs and see if you can come up with cash for an older "get me by" vehicle for a moment. Coming out of a BK you do not want to set yourself up for future problems with a bad loan.
No, it did not give APR or anything else.
I have three children including an 8 month old infant. My current car payment is $467 for a 2007 Nissan Altima. I owe 7500 and it needs about $2500 in repair...the interest rate is 22% on it. My husband and I make $90K per year and now have no debt with the BK out of the way.... We need a car that is safe and reliable one to get to and from work, kids games, school etc. This is something we can afford but obviously I want a much lower payment.