Whichever printers you end up looking at, before making your purchase you might want to check with sites like tonerrefillkits.com
to see if they have alternative cartridges and/or toner for that printer.
That kind of resource can substantially reduce your supplies costs. Sometimes by 50% and more. I had a chance to buy a heavily discounted new
$400 color laser printer for $100, but the toner replacement cartridges were $100 each (and it took 4 of them). I opted to not buy it after being unable to find any place that carried alternative supplies at a reasonable price.
Some also have imaging drum alternatives (which "wear" out eventually).
I've been using alternative toner refills for printers and copiers from that site for years now without a single problem. Saved a lot of money.
I have no personal or financial interest in tonerrefillkits.com
it's just a site with which I've had good results and used as an example.
edit to add:
BTW, Over the years I've used Lexmark, Sharp, Canon, Okidata, HP, and Mita laser printers. I've been most satisfied with the output quality/consistency, reliability/paper-handling, and software/functionality of Lexmark