I would be more worried about the igniter or if electronic how often it fails.
I have been asked several times if I could repair them and the high voltage circuits are usually potted and not repairable.
With potted electronics you are stuck purchasing expensive replacement parts.
And that may be the reason to sell (or a remodel).
I am not aware of any real ...
I'm unsure how to proceed
First find the make and model number of the range.
Next, Use the internet to search for the make and model of the range to see if you can find a service manual or user manual in order to see if there is a diagram of the parts. If you can find the name of the part then you will be able to search the internet for an appliance parts ...
Your original coil is 1250 watts at 240v or 5.2 amps draw.
The new coil is 1500w at 240v or 6.2 amps so the new coil would draw
An amp more than the original.
Would this be a problem ? Without looking up the controller itself (the part that varies the power going to the element to vary the heat we don’t know) if it can handle the additional load.
You might ...
The old coils are 1250W if your supply is 240Volts (normal USA/Canada single-phase), and 840W if your supply is 208Volts (usually from 3-phase power.)
The new coils are not the same power rating - they are 1500W on 240V and 1130W on 208V, so 120% - 134% more powerful on 240 & 208V, respectively. That may be a problem if the range controls and wiring are ...