The only ones that tick all your boxes are the Aria or the N series.
The Aria is the only one of the manual focus Comtax SLRs with matrix metering. It is also the only one with a mirror that is not glued in place and will not experience the Contax mirror slip problem. It is, of course, a leightweight electronic camera nearing its third decade, so not sure how reliable you can expect it to be. My two still work fine.
The Ns are less common, lenses are amazing but expensive and a lot have been converted to Canon EOS mount.