* Cars must achieve 30.2 mpg by 2011, light trucks 24.1 * Plan would save nearly 900 mln gallons of fuel * Regulation estimated to cost industry $1.4 bln (Updates with industry uncertainty, government plans) WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Friday imposed the first increase in mileage standards for passenger cars and boosted the floor for sport utilities and pickups beginning with model year 2011 vehicles. The regulation is an abbreviated version of the ...
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