The busiest day was Saturday at Scone Palace, Perthshire, and in total 30,000 visitors attended the event.
Highlights at the show included the Queen’s Baton relay, plus cookery demonstrations, and gun dog competitions.
The Mitsubishi off-road course proved popular, with many visitors trying it out before heading over to the dealers’ stand.
Alister Scott, Dealer Principal at Adam Purves Mitsubishi in Galashiels, said: ‘It went very well, it was a little hampered by the weather early on in the event but it brightened up.
‘We got some good leads and were able to speak to lots of existing customers.
‘The off-road course went down a treat. We had a good amount of people who did the off-road course and then came over to us.
‘The best thing about the Game Fair is it attracts people from all over. We saw people from Dumfries and Galloway, the Western Isles and the Borders and have sold cars as a result.’
In all there were six Mitsubishi dealers at the event, including Station Garage in Torphins and Aberdeen and Autoecosse in Dundee.
Stuart Smillie, Sales Manager at Fife Mitsubishi, commented: ‘It was busy again and the weather was decent.
‘This is my seventh year at the Game Fair and it’s great because customers can see the cars at the show and it’s a more relaxed environment with no pressure to buy.’
Michael Deans, Sales Manager at Tweedmouth Service Station said: ‘It was a very good weekend. The stand was busy and the off-road course was really popular. I’ve even sold a car from it already!’