In the late â70s, Plymouth decided to try their luck in the off-road market with the Trailduster. It was a two-door, all-wheel-drive vehicle identical to the Dodge Ramcharger. The idea worked since the Trailduster was an attractive truck, identical to the Ramcharger, but with different trims and details.
To promote the product in that market, Plymouth even offered all-wheel drive at a less expensive price and more equipment than the Dodge. But it had no luck, so after a couple of years, they discontinued the Trailduster, although the Ramcharger stayed on the market.