I always found that laser printers GENERALLY print closer to accurately sized than I get from inkjets. It may be worth looking at a laser AIO option. A bit more money up front but possibly more rewarding and cheaper in the end.
Do shop for the cartridges first before you buy. But another nice option is that it seems to be easier and more reliable to load your own or buy refilled toner cartridges than it is to buy inkjet cartridges on a cost per page in the long run.
Of course this means you won't have colour unless you spend a LOT of money. But perhaps you can have two printers. A cheapie colour inkjet for pictures and colour printing and a laser for accurate plans.
I'm also a fan of laser printers that can handle 11x17 paper since this means less joining to produce my plans in "stripes" of paper. Tile printing is fine but it's hugely messy. I find it's much neater and more compact and convenient to split up the plans into "stripes" that have each major assembly able to print out in one row of sheets. It uses a lot less toner or ink as well.
Sorry that I don't have any model numbers to give you. My printers are all ancient in computer years. They've been replaced in the makers' lineups by two or three or more generations of models in the time I've owned them.
Hopefully some folks supply some current models and you get to buy one before those too are replaced....