2015 3.6R Limited w/ES
@Sensky, they're spark-proof, so you can go direct to the battery terminals. Much safer than jumper cables. Just be aware that a very cold jump pack (one that's been left in the car in winter) will be severely limited in the amount of current it can supply. It may not be able to start the car right away, but leaving it connected for a few minutes might still do the trick. I have yet to try one cold for jump starting, but my GB70 is just barely able to run my portable compressor (which requires a 15A circuit) when it's been sitting in my car below freezing. Despite showing full charge at room temperature, under these conditions (pump running), it shows 25% charge status (probably because the voltage is sagging so much).