3 Amperes would almost certainly be more than sufficient power for your RPi. As @Milliways has pointed out in his answer however, an issue that you should be more concerned with is the performance of the power supply: How will it perform in my project, and has it been designed and produced properly? This is the point of my answer:
It is not clear to me why anyone deals with the junk traders that infest Amazon, eBay and the other well-known online retail outlets. The power supply you have found is being sold by complete morons, and possibly designed and built by more of the same! Yes - harsh language, but consider the facts... the facts are available in the car power supply link provided in the question. Consider this:
this item has no specifications for line or load regulation - what happens to the output voltage if the input voltage changes, or if the load changes?
what are its thermal characteristics? What are the operating temperature limits? Will it need a heat sink to keep it in a safe operating area? How does the output voltage vary over a range of temperature?
what happens if the output is shorted - does it have any protection built in?
I call this item "junk" because virtually no specifications were provided. Further, the "sellers" seem to be clueless; e.g. the Input Voltage spec is given as:
DC 6.3V-22V (12V 9V)
What does that even mean?
Fortunately, there are alternatives; you don't have to buy from ignorant fools in Internet retail cesspools. There are numerous outlets that sell electronic components online, at reasonable prices, designed and built by competent organizations, with specifications you can rely upon. Here are two examples, but there are many more available for the cost of a search.
If you want something small (~11mm2 footprint; could be integrated into a case for an RPi), inexpensive ($6.99 for QTY 1), with full specifications, an I2C interface (RPi-to-power supply comm & control?), and more. The datasheet also provides some application notes & other information to support integration. Here's one place to buy this part.
If you want more modular, less DIY this unit has a footprint of approximately 2" x 3", and full specifications. It's a bit more expensive - $14.95 from this source.
These are only two examples - there are thousands more. You can easily find reputable vendors selling quality products - all it takes is a free search. You are of course free to trade with anyone you wish, but a smart buyer will shop around. Learn to recognize quality.