Earlier this month, a Peugeot Traveller was spotted on Malaysian roads, and now, a few units of the large MPV have been sighted again outside Peugeot Malaysia’s Glenmarie showroom.

As before, the MPVs appear to be specified with the Allure trim package, which includes items such as 17-inch alloy wheels and xenon headlights. We expect the Traveller to be a premium offering, so twin hands-free electric sliding side doors should be part of the standard kit as well.

Though we couldn’t get a closer look inside the Traveller’s interior, there will be three rows of seating available, but it’s uncertain if it will follow a five-, seven- or eight-seater layout. Based on Peugeot UK’s specification sheet for the Traveller sold there, a full leather interior, seven-inch infotainment touchscreen and dual-zone climate control system might be part of the equipment list for the Malaysian-market Traveller.

No info on what’s under the hood of these Travellers, but several BlueHDi turbodiesel engines are available, ranging from 1.6 to 2.0 litres in capacity. Transmission options include a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, with the latter being the most likely for Malaysia.

The Traveller rides on PSA’s Efficient Modular Platform (EMP2), and comes in three lengths – Compact (4,606 mm), Standard (4,956 mm) and Long (5,309 mm). The Compact comes with a wheelbase 2,930 mm long, whereas the remaining two versions (Standard and Long) have a wheelbase of 3,275 mm instead.

With this sighting, it is reasonable to assume that Peugeot Malaysia will introduce the MPV, with an earlier report pointing towards a launch taking place in Q3 2017. It was also revealed back then that the vehicle may be locally-assembled (CKD) at Naza Automotive Manufacturing’s facility in Gurun, Kedah.

GALLERY: Peugeot Traveller