The 124 chassis was first introduced in 1986, but the actual name "E320" was not badged until 1994. The Mercedes nomenclature suggests that this is an E-Class (executive/mid-size) vehicle with a 3.2L engine. In 1996 the 210 chassis took over the E320 model, and later the 211 chassis would inherit it in 2002. Depending on the year and the options, the engine was either a straight-six cylinder or V6 engine using gas or diesel, and the drive train was either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive. The majority of these cars were either 4-door sedans or 5-door wagons, with a few early models built as coupes or convertibles. This was an enormously popular vehicle, and since millions of these cars were made worldwide over the two decades it was in production, it is easy to find Mercedes-Benz E320 parts.