Disclaimer: I'm not a graphic card expert. The following is from personal experience and what I've extrapolated partially from my own benchmarks and research. I actually do have a quadro 2000 card but I rarely use it and have never used it for Blender specifically. Please feel free to comment below if you disagree with any points and I may correct them.
This is all conjecture without actual benchmark results
Forget the Quadro. It's pretty pointless after the first year it's out. After that it gets obsolete and any newer GT or GTX is better. The main benefit of Quadro cards are the ECC which is fancy but not helpful. Another really good benefit of the Quadro is cuda cores but that doesn't always directly translate to better performance compared to newer consumer grade cards that support newer tech like Direct X 12. (note: Direct X is not yet supported in Blender. Open GL 4.4 is supported on both of these cards however and that is what Blender utilizes.
You'll be better off with more VRAM.
NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 4GB GDDR3 128 at $89.99 + Shipping.
You'll have to convert that to your currency.
It's definitely more worth it in the long run.
There's pros and cons to both but the GT 730 is better in the end.
The specific GT 730 I showed you has 96 Cuda cores. The Quadro 4000 has 192 Cuda cores
(unless someone wants to benchmark this for me I can't tell you for sure which card will be faster but my hunch says the newer GT 730 is going to be faster)
However, the GT 730 supports newer technology and higher resolutions.
Plus twice the VRAM.
The ram and higher resolutions will help a lot.
Check these out click on specifications and compare them.
EDIT: Originally I claimed and cited that Nvidia's Cuda core programming has higher support and faster speeds. However, I've been informed that as of Blender Version 2.79 OpenCL has made significant improvements. While OpenCL still is undergoing active development it appears to beat NVidia in the benchmarks, at least in tests comparing a midrange ~$200 graphics cards
As far as high end cards are concerned blenders official manual still recommends Nvidia. However, this may be subject to change in the future when more benchmarks are released and as the OpenCL code improves.