gettin' the car jacked
Rhino Ramps will work like a charm.
I have used both ramps & jack-stands in the past (on other vehicles).
For an oil change I recommend the ramps, they add an angle to the drain-pan that can increase the drainage. Also, they work awesome: roll-up and you're good to go - that simple, no need to find any jack points.
However, when I just added my wheels (& changed the oil) I wanted the car up at all 4 corners, so i jacked it up and used stands.
1. In the front I used the hydraulic jack on a massive bolthead/nut (can't remember which it was) at the back of the front suspension mounts. It worked great.
2. Once the car was up I put a jack-stands towards the front of the "frame-rails," this is a tubular section of the uni-body that runs longitudinally on both sides of the car (parallel to the rocker panel) from behind the front suspension to just before the rear suspension.
3.With the front (both sides) on stands, jack the rear in the middle at the point the owner's manual recommends (the center tie-down point). Once the car is up, place stands under solid suspension parts or suspension attachment points. [DO NOT put jack-stands on the u-beam axle].
4. After settling down on all stands, attempt to 'shake' the car to verify it's solidly held. Once the solidity is confirmed go to town doing what you need.
(Pro-Tip: if you are removing your wheels, be sure to 'break' the bolts while the wheels are still on the ground, not hanging in the air)
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage DE 1.2 manual: 33.4 mpg (US) ... 14.2 km/L ... 7.0 L/100 km ... 40.1 mpg (Imp)