You want a multi mode CB, but to be honest an HF amature radio is far better for your money.
Again to be honest and just my opinion, because ham radio has so much nowadays it's actually difficult to suggest what a person should do and go for radio wise when starting out. Digital or analogue or both, plus all the different options / interests in operating on what.
Whatever you do equipment wise it will cost money anyway.
Everyone starts out different. Me, l was on CB, and still on, for over 20 years before l decided to get a ham licence. I didn't join a club to get my ticket because it wasn't necessary - for me.
Prior to that l'd already bought a HF set, a dual bander, set up a long wire and tri-band antenna and other bits and was listening in to all the talk, getting used to working my way round the equipment and bands for a fair while before l got my licence, so when the day came and l got my callsign l was straight off the starting blocks like a pro, but this is what suited me of course.
Only you can decide what way will work for you.