This advice may help those that want to Jack up a "keeper" too and will allow you to raise it safely at both the front and rear end:
Use a trolly jack to raise the front by the subframe as near to the wishbone mounts/bodywork as you can get it. Use a flat piece of wood (12mm ply)to protect the subframe from scratches if your jack doesn't have a rubber pad. If the jack wont fit under then use the wheel change jack to raise the car just high enough to get the trolly jack underneath. With that corner raised, place an axel stand under the "Lift point" as described in Srouf's post. Repeat for the other side at the front.
For the rear, use a block of wood (2"x4"by at least 10") to spread the load accross the rear aluminum subframe and jack using a trolly jack to raise from the center. Then place 2x axel stands on the rear "Stand points" which are small flat square "Box sections" at the rear of the sills on the inside edge.
Some may disagree with using the rear subframe. It is very strong though and far safer than the sills. If you try to jack the rear using the sills you will struggle to get an axel stand in and will have to keep moving the jack further down the sill (and away from the jacking point, risking damage)
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