I’ve had decent success with the Lulzbot series of printers (Taz 4/5/6).
They should be able to print PC (it also depends on your filament provider/maker).
Also you should ask your self how big your parts will be, the bigger the parts the more likely it is you will need an enclosure.
You could try the Airwolf brand of printers, they now have direct drive extruders (an upgrade over their old bowden style).
There’s also the Raise N2 and 3NTR. But these are all quite expensive printers.
Be sure to read many reviews and if you can ideally try them out before you buy.
Also be skeptical of youtube reviews, some of them are biased/sponsored/misleading.